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Love Contracts: Can They Make Relationships Last?Practice Areas: Family Law

A “love contract” is an agreement you make with someone you love to help keep your relationship a loving one.  read article...

Divorcing Men: Don’t Leave the Family HomePractice Areas: Family Law

Divorcing men: By moving out of the family home, your custody arguments you may have will be weakened by your having left.  read article...

A Cohabitation Agreement: It Just Makes SensePractice Areas: Family Law

More and more couples are choosing to live together, but not to get married. Whether they do so for religious, ethical, moral or legal reasons, their rights can be affected by their decision not to marry.  read article...

Child Custody for Fathers in PA: Improve Your ChancesPractice Areas: Family Law

Courts in Pennsylvania no longer presume that children of any age are better served by awarding custody to the mother rather than to both parents.  read article...

Permanent Residency for a Gay Marriage PartnerPractice Areas: Family Law

In 2013, the United States Supreme Court struck down DOMA, giving rise to new questions of the immigration process for same-sex couples in an era where the power to define marriage has returned to the states’ hands.  read article...

Prenuptual Agreements: Why Women Need ThemPractice Areas: Family Law

More and more women are marrying later in life, or marrying a second time. Many earn a substantial income and have amassed assets of considerable value. For these women, entering marriage with a properly planned and executed premarital agreement is not only a smart business decision, but a smart relationship decision, as well.  read article...