You meant those vows when you said them.
To love and to cherish. For better or worse. ‘Til death do you part.
Then life got in the way.
Irreconcilable differences. Infidelity. Infertility. Irresponsible spending.
Whatever the reason, about 2 million couples in the United States divorce each year. If you see that your marriage is headed that way, there’s only one thing you can do.
Plan – before your divorce, during it and after.
First things first, though. Here are some things Pennsylvania residents should do before filing for divorce.
These are just a few of the things that can help you prepare and plan for a divorce. If you decide to move forward with the process, an attorney can help you learn more about what to expect.
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