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Rebecca Myers’s Legal Guides

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  • Vacation - All I Ever Wanted

    I am sure that if you haven’t already, at some point this summer just about all of you have had a conversation with a friend or relative about their plans for their big summer vacation this year: wher

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  • Same Sex Divorce - What We Know So Far

    Two years ago today, on May 20, 2014, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled in the case of in Whitewood, et al., and determined that same sex marriage would now be recognized in the courts of Pennsy

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  • But what if we can’t agree? Ways to resolve legal custody/co-parenting issues.

    In light of the fact that the vast majority of parents share the right to make major decisions with regards to their children (as discussed in my last post), it is not uncommon for disputes to arise b

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  • Who's the Boss? An Introduction to Legal Custody

    When most people think about custody, they think about where their child is going to be, with whom and at what time. This first kind of custody that most often comes to mind is what we call physical

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  • SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO NOW - PART 3

    In the third and final installment of my article regarding separation and its impact, i discuss how to separate So how do you show you're separated, you ask? Well, what is separation can be very trick

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  • SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO NOW PART 2

    Here are a few more of the aspects of your divorce or separation that are effected by when and how you separate Separation also affects support. If you are talking about physically separating, and you

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  • SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO NOW PART 1

    Choosing to separate from your spouse or partner can have many consequences. This 3 part guide will help you learn how separation can effect support, custody, division of asset and divorce, as well as

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  • YOURS, MINE, OURS, BUT MOSTLY OURS—A MARITAL PROPERTY PRIMER

    When two parties are divorcing, one of the first questions they have is who gets what. The rules that define assets as marital property subject to division can be a little bit tricky. Many people

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  • Loco Means Crazy, right? Maybe.

    But not really. In this case, the “loco” is In Loco Parentis. (Yes, lawyers still love the occasion Latin phrase.) Basically, it’s just the legal term of art for acting like a parent or doing the thin

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  • You Don't Have to Fight - Alternative Resolutions in Family Law

    In my near decade of practicing exclusively in the area of family law, I have noticed a concerning trend regarding my clients and perspective clients knowledge of their options when it comes to addressing their family law issues. Many parties approach this situation with a concer...

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