Posts in collaborative divorce
Is My Spouse Entitled To Part Of My Inheritance In The Divorce?

Inheritance” is money, property, rights or obligations received by an individual received after the death of another individual. The transfer of these funds, property rights or obligation is called a “bequest”. In Pennsylvania, the property or money received by bequest is not marital. It belongs to the individual who received it.

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The Hidden Secret To Improve Collaborative Law Negotiations

As all collaborative law professionals know, there is no one size fits all solution to attain a quick and fair settlement. While we always strive to achieve an equitable resolution in the shortest amount of time, it’s not always as quick as all parties would like due to countless negotiations. But what if there was a hidden secret that you could easily incorporate into your practice to help improve collaborative law negotiations? 

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Your Collaborative Divorce Team: Meet the Players 

Finding the right team makes all the difference in life and in Collaborative Divorce. No two divorces are exactly the same, likewise no Collaborative Divorce Teams are exactly the same. Whatever the makeup of your team, it’s important to know each of the players and their role.  

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