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Divorce E-Newsletter March 2015

1. Divorce News: Study: Eye-Rolling Spouses may be at Higher Risk of DivorceEye rolling at your spouse may be more than just an example of poor manners - this interaction could put your marriage at a higher risk of divorce, according to research. 2. Health & Well-Being: Nourishing your Stressed-Out BrainThese nutritional tips can help you thin...

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Are You Prepared for the March 27, 2015 Rollout?: DOL Expands FMLA Rights to Same-Sex Marriages

If you are in a same-sex marriage that is legally recognized, we believe you will find this post by our guest bloggers, Terri Gillespie and Eric Greco from Obermayer’s Labor Relations & Employment Law Department, to be informative. On February 25, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced its intention to make a critical modific...

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Failure to Object to Court Procedure Waives Issue on Appeal

In the area of family law, there are many different types of proceedings that occur. However, when one of the proceedings is a record hearing, if an objection is not made to a particular issue, it is waived on appeal. In the recent case of Tecce v. Hally, 2014 Pa. Super. 262 (November 21, 2014), the trial court's order was appealed based on the me...

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Family Law Practice featured in March 2015 edition of Suburban Life, “Working in the best interests of children”

Obermayer’s Family Law Practice is profiled in Suburban Life/Main Line Montgomery County Magazine (March 2015) in the article, “Working in the best interests of children.”     Click here to read the article.

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When Going Through a Divorce Should I File Joint or Separate Returns?

  Couples who are going through a divorce need to determine how they are going to file during tax season. Click here for some factors that divorcing couples should consider when making this decision.

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Obermayer Family Matters Blog - How to Modify Your Child Custody Order?

To learn where and when you should file to modify your child custody order visit Obermayer's Family Matters Law blog here for more information.

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Divorce E-Newsletter February 2015

1. Divorce News: Is Tracking the American Divorce Rate Really Worthwhile?As the Census Bureau considers whether it will stop collecting data related to marriage and divorce, experts and the American public voice the importance of continuing to do so. 2. Parenting and Divorce: Parenting Responsibly on Your OwnIf you have fought in front of your chi...

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Obermayer Family Matters Blog - Marital Assets Hide & Seek

Uncover some tell-tale signs that your spouse may be hiding marital assets. Visit Obermayer's Family Matters Law blog here to learn more

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Obermayer Family Matters - Many Couples Resolve Their Marital Issues in the New Year

There are several reasons why the new year brings about resolutions to contact a divorce attorney once the holidays are over. Visit our Family Law blog here to read why.

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New Jersey Divorces: What You Need to Know

Divorce can be an upsetting experience for all involved; however, it is often a necessary end to a troublesome familial relationship. In New Jersey, individuals interested in obtaining a divorce should be aware of the process and what they can expect to occur prior to the finalization of the divorce. Courts typically grant divorces in cases where spouses are unable to reconcile their differences and resolve their issues. Additionally, couples may file for divorce if they have lived separately for 18 months or more or on the basis of fault.

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