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August 2016 Archives

Making a divorce easier on the kids

Pennsylvania parents often worry about the impact that a divorce can have on their children. Even in the best scenarios, it represents a major change in a child's life. However, there are steps that parents can take that will make it easier to deal with.

Staying in the marital home after the divorce

Pennsylvanians who are going through a divorce might be left struggling to figure out what to do with their marital homes. In some cases, a spouse will be given the option of either choosing to remain in the home or selling it and splitting the proceeds with the former spouse. There are several options a divorcee in Pennsylvania should consider before making a final decision on whether or not to keep a marital home.

A man's employment is critical predictor of divorce

Married men in Pennsylvania may be more likely to go through a divorce if they're not employed full time, according to a study. However, the same study found that a woman's employment or unemployment is not a reliable predictor for divorce. In general, the study showed that women who do less housework and more work outside the home do not jeopardize their marriage.

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