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October 2014 Archives

Can a custodial parent relocate with the child?

Pennsylvania law requires a custodial parent to follow a few guidelines before relocating with a child out-of-state. Family law states that the custodial parent, whether an order is in place or not, must get either the consent of the other parent or approval from the courts. Regardless of consent, the court must be notified of the pending relocation to ensure there are no legal ramifications.

Setting aside a premarital agreement

Prenuptial agreements are often in the news, seem to be the way to go with couples of high net worth, and Pennsylvania couples may be wondering what the requirements are for voiding an arrangement in their state. Termed in the law as premarital agreements made in contemplation of marriage and activated as soon as the couple marries, they are covered in Title 23, section 3106, of the code.

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