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September 2014 Archives

An overview of spousal support factors in Pennsylvania

If a Pennsylvania couple can agree on a settlement when their marriage ends, the court will not need to get involved. However, if the parties are unable to do so, the Court of Common Pleas will use a set of factors to determine whether one spouse should pay the other alimony and if so how that will fit into the overall decree.

Billionaire's wife seeking to void prenuptial agreement

Pennsylvania investors in the hedge fund Citadel may know that the fund's wealthy founder filed for divorce earlier this year. His wife is now claiming that the prenuptial agreement that the two had entered into on the eve of their 2003 marriage was a product of duress. These and other allegations were filed in response to the earlier divorce filing.

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