Archive: Divorce

Full House? Why Wait? Mediate!

Full House? Why Wait? Mediate! Is your house feeling a little too FULL lately? Mary-Kate Olsen, former child star of the television sitcom “Full House” thought so recently when she asked a Manhattan, New York… Read More

Do Marital Settlement Agreements Need a Force Majeure Provision?

The Legal Intelligencer (online Family Law column), April 2020 Pennsylvania Law Weekly, May 2020 Unless you have been living under a rock for the last four weeks, you know how COVID-19 has upended the nation…. Read More

No One Cares About Your Affair

          No one cares about your affair. One of the questions that often arises in divorce consultations is infidelity. Sometimes it is emotional infidelity but, usually, it is the earthier type…. Read More

Posted: May 4th, 2020

Arbitration as an Alternative to Litigation

While most attorneys seek to help clients through negotiating and resolving issues to avoid any need to file complaints and go to court, there are times when a third party is needed to decide a… Read More

PA Equitable Distribution and Paternity Case Law Updates

Eileen Murphy served as a Case Law, Rules & Legislative Updates panelist at the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Family Law Section Summer Meeting held between July 11-14, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. She presented case law on… Read More

Posted: July 15th, 2019

Rutgers Family Law Society

Margaret Klaw was invited to speak with the Family Law Society at Rutgers Law School today. Her reviews say it best: Thank you so much for coming to speak with Family Law Society today! Everyone… Read More

Posted: April 11th, 2018