For those of you who do not study domestic relations as a hobby, there are some usual and unusual aspects to THIS new year.
First; foremost, the child support guidelines were modified effective January 1. Generally, rates increased 4-5% although those changes are by no means uniform. The BIG change…Continue Reading Happy January 2022: It’s Not Just About the W-2 This Year
In our last article, we wrote about hiding assets the old-fashioned way. For much of this writer’s career, the game was “cash”. The pizzeria, the auto body shop, the produce…Continue Reading CRYPTOCURRENCY BECOMES A REAL THREAT
This decision issued on a non-precedential basis on April 13, 2021, represents every divorce litigator’s nightmare. Unfortunately, the decision on appeal to remand the case offers the litigants a chance…Continue Reading The Evidence of Cash Is Coming A Little Too “Laight”
It’s always been there. Debt. Even though the Pennsylvania Divorce Code does not really mention it by name. If you speak to the hearing officers who draw the assignment of…Continue Reading DEBT: The Divorce Lawyer’s New Frontier
Just about every divorce case involves a house and its corresponding mortgage. In a small number of cases parties agree that dissolution of the marriage is also an opportune time…Continue Reading NAVIGATING A HOME TRANSFER IN DIVORCE
We have heard about the data. In 2015, the Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics published a study indicating that the average worker could expect to hold 12 jobs during…Continue Reading The World of Missing Retirement Assets
Divorce Complaints come in a variety of ways. Most lawsuits require delivery by people in patrol cars and uniforms. In the divorce world, things are a bit more “loose.” Your…Continue Reading Beware the Divorce Complaint with the Ticking “Bomb”
I attended a seminar offered by accountant, Mitchell E. Benson, CPA, MT, CFF (Savran Benson LLP), Brian C. Vertz, Esquire (Pollock Begg) and Aliah Molczan (Savran Benson LLP) on July…Continue Reading Defining Net Income for 2020 is Going to Be “A Problem”
The Family Law Practice Group
Fox Rothschild has one of the largest family law practices in the state of Pennsylvania and assists clients statewide, with a particular focus on clients resident in Eastern Pennsylvania in the counties of Chester, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Lehigh. Our attorneys are active in various state-based organizations, serving as at-large members and board members of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Family Law Section and the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Family Law Section as well as handling pro bono family law cases through the Southeastern Pennsylvania Legal Aid society.