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Equitable division and martial property in a Pennsylvania divorce

During the course of your marriage, you have more than likely acquired a significant amount of property. Perhaps you have a home in Lancaster filled with furniture, a couple of cars in the driveway, and even individual retirement accounts. According to Pennsylvania law, everything that you and your husband have purchased, or received as a couple, is subject to division when you divorce. But who gets what? How does the court decide which property you get when you divorce?

4 mistakes to avoid during your divorce

Divorce can be messy, both emotionally and financially. While some couples have difficult and ugly divorces, others seem to breeze right through the process. Many couples find themselves somewhere in between. If you want your divorce to proceed as smoothly as possible, there are certainly things you can do to work toward that.

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