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February 2015 Archives

Facebook and its role in Pennsylvania divorces

Despite online privacy settings, many Facebook posts can still be seen by almost anyone in the world. Today, divorce lawyers are using such information to alter the outcomes of divorce settlements. In fact, a study conducted by the American Association of Matrimony Lawyers found that two-thirds of lawyers use social media platforms as a primary source of evidence for divorce cases.

How to seek a child custody order modification

Pennsylvania parents often find that their or their children's needs change after judges issue final custody orders. Because few families' situations stay the same forever, judges may determine that it is in the best interests of the children of divorced parents to change a custody order. Parents may seek modifications of custody to accommodate significant changes that occur in children's or parents' lives.

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