If you and your spouse both commit to mediation, it is important that you are prepared and have all necessary information collected prior to your mediation sessions.
If you currently facing divorce, you may find it best to use an experienced divorce mediator for the task of dividing marital property. Learn more from Daley Zucker.
In PA, “legal separation” is not recognized. This means you don’t have to go through a court process and file paperwork to be considered separated.
Sometimes the match is not made in heaven… Over the past several weeks, two stories appeared in the press which caught my eye. The first involved a prospective groom who sexually molested one of the bridesmaids the night before the [...Read More]
When dividing assets as part of a divorce, it is important to remember that even though financial accounts may appear to be fairly equal in dollar value, the nature of the investments may be very different and the financial consequences [...Read More]
Allegations of Abuse in Brangelina Divorce While divorce among the superstars gets more attention from the press and media, at the end of the day, the problems confronted are the same as those faced by most divorcing couples. Case in [...Read More]
Divorce & Bankruptcy As you may have seen from my most recent blog, my firm, Daley Zucker Meilton & Miner is holding a free seminar on Divorce and Bankruptcy on September 27, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. in our Lemoyne office. [...Read More]
Divorce and Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania In preparation for an upcoming seminar, the attorneys at Daley Zucker Meilton & Miner, LLC, will do a series of posts to introduce the topic of the interplay between divorce and bankruptcy. The seminar is tentatively [...Read More]
Shorter Time Periods for No-Fault Divorces in Pennsylvania? Currently pending in the Pennsylvania Senate is legislation that will reduce the length of time for a no fault divorce. The proposed legislation has already passed in the House. The current statute [...Read More]
“Legal Separation”? Not in Pennsylvania Clients seeking a divorce often ask what they need to do to be legally separated. The answer is a simple one: either move out of the marital residence or file a divorce complaint. There [...Read More]