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Divorce Changes More than One’s Marital Status

By Sheryl Rentz on October 22, 2010

Anyone who’s ever said that filing for divorce is an easy process has probably never been through a divorce themselves. Divorce is usually one of the most stressful situations that a person can ever go through in life. It is a complicated process that involves a substantial amount of work. However, once the divorce process is completed, its conclusion does not mark the end of hard work, particularly if children are involved.

According to a recent NapaValleyRegister.com article, the divorce process can best be described as a major period of change. A person’s daily routines are significantly altered, their finances are inevitably affected, and relationships with their now ex-spouse and close family friends are forever changed. Ultimately, individuals who divorce are not only changing their marital status, but also the way they live after the divorce is finalized.

Pennsylvania divorce involving families with children often deal with five major points of contention: division of property; spousal support payments; child support payments; child custody rights; and child visitation arrangements. The best interests of the children are the basis of most decisions made in family court. Whether that means one parent is given custody over the other, or both parents are given equal say in decision-making matters pertaining to the children, the interests of children always supersede the parents’.

Regardless of how simple or complicated the Pennsylvania divorce process may seem, an experienced family law attorney will be able to carefully guide an individual going through a divorce. If you are considering filing for divorce in Pennsylvania, do not hesitate to contact the skilled Philadelphia divorce attorneys at the Law Offices of Sheryl Rentz. Our experienced Pennsylvania divorce lawyers will fight to ensure that your best interests are taken into consideration at all times, and will see to your children’s well being. For more information about divorce law in Pennsylvania, please call us today at 610-645-0100.

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