Divorce Podcasts

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Family Lawyer Margaret Joy discusses Financial Issues of Divorce for Business Owners, Executives, and Professionals in Pennsylvania

When one or both spouses are involved in a business, are executives or have a professional practice, there are various financial issues that may arise. Family lawyer Margaret Joy delves into some of the issues divorcing couples need to be aware of, including valuation and property division, when businesses and practices are involved.

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Divorce Lawyer Jennifer M. McEnroe discusses Parental Responsibilities, Parenting Time, and Custody in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania makes a distinction between the allocation of decision-making parental responsibilities (formerly known as “legal custody”) and parenting time and (formerly known as “physical custody” and “visitation”). Pittsburgh family lawyer Jennifer McEnroe discusses common issues in child-custody disputes, including allocation of parental responsibilities and parenting time, custody evaluations, relocation requests, and the use of a guardian ad litem in high-conflict cases.


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Divorce Attorney Brian Rosinski on High-Net-Worth Divorce Property Division in Pennsylvania

When high-net-worth spouses are dividing property in a divorce, there are numerous assets that must be considered. This can create a difficult and stressful divorce process. Pittsburgh family lawyer Brian Rosinski discusses the most common issues that may arise, particularly what can and cannot be divided – including when it comes to private practices, stocks, and inherited assets.


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Family Lawyer Kathryn Rosinski on Spousal Support, Alimony and Alimony Pendente Lite in Pennsylvania

In a divorce, there are three types of support that a spouse may be entitled to in Pennsylvania – spousal support, alimony, and alimony pendent lite. In this podcast, Pittsburgh family lawyer Kathryn Rosinski discusses the difference between the three types of support and answers some of the most common questions about each type.


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