When you hear the term “No Fault Divorce” and learn that Pennsylvania is a “no fault divorce state”, it leads you to think that the process is going to be easy, with little arguing or room for disagreement. Unfortunately, all that no fault means is that both parties agree that a divorce should take place, and that you mutually consent to ending your marriage. Though this is far superior to having to wait to complete a two-year separation in order to get divorced, it by no means a guarantee that there won’t be things to squabble about. Whether you and your spouse are in complete agreement about every aspect of your divorce and simply need help with paperwork, or you need representation in court, the attorneys at Reinherz Law can help with the process.

Filing for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania is a relatively simple process. At least one spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months prior to filing, and you will need to submit specific documents starting with the Complaint form. This form confirms eligibility and the reason for divorce, along with any matters that need to be addressed such as marital property and child custody.  A Writ of Summons also needs to be completed by one of the two spouses and sent to the other to show that there is agreement to the marriage being ended. If both are in agreement then a Divorce Settlement Agreement is submitted to outline the terms of the division of property and other important matters.  Though this is the process in its most basic form, in most cases there are a number of issues that need to be addressed and negotiated, and it is in resolving these matters that an attorney can be most helpful.

Few couples realize exactly how complicated it can be to divide up marital property, or even what marital property is, and issues revolving around any children that have come from the marriage can complicate matters further. What may have seemed liked a relatively simple process can quickly become a cause for argument as partners realize that they are going to have to relinquish some time with their children, or to provide payments to the other in order to hold onto a home or other assets. Working with an experienced divorce attorney can not only help you to anticipate and plan for these challenges, but can also provide you with an advocate who can work on your behalf to ensure that you are treated fairly and that decisions that are made about custody and support are made with the best interests of your children in mind.

The state of Pennsylvania has provided no fault divorce, as well as guidelines for child support and equitable distribution that are specifically designed to keep things fair and easy to resolve, but the reality is that divorce can introduce animosity and anger. A Philadelphia attorney from Reinherz Law can help you with every step of your no fault divorce and make sure that your interests are well represented.

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