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August 2014 Archives

Examining the divorce asset distribution rules in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania couples who are thinking about divorce may be interested in how asset division works in the state. Understanding these principles can help a spouse to prepare for the end of a marriage, in order to protect their rights to property during the process.

Overview of Pennsylvania same-sex marriage

In a ruling that affected many Pennsylvania residents, a U.S. District Court judge overruled the Pennsylvania Defense of Marriage Act that prohibited same-sex marriage. The state now recognizes these marriages performed in Pennsylvania and in other states. Same-sex couples who want to marry in the state have the right to apply for a marriage license. Once the application is submitted, they must wait the mandatory three days to have a marriage license issued by the Register of Wills. They can either obtain this through the mail or pick them up in person.

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