Important Dates Related to Your Pennsylvania Divorce
There are different relevant points in time that that are considered when dividing assets and debts in divorce in Pennsylvania either by means of alternative family mediation routes or via traditional divorce.
The first important point in time is the date of marriage.
The second important point in time is the date of separation. This date may or may not be easily determined. Many clients continue to reside together despite being physically or financially separated. In some cases, the court has to conduct a hearing to make a decision regarding the date of separation.
The final important point in time is the date the assets and/or debts will be distributed.
Regardless of which process you choose for your divorce (Mediation, Collaborative or Litigation), information about your assets and debts at these critical times is important.
For more information on this topic or any other topic related to issues of divorce, custody, support or family law in general, please contact Tim Colgan or call (800) 615-0115.