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What Financial Considerations Exist with Different Types of Divorce?

The more time your attorney spends on your divorce case, the higher your fees will be. Labor equals expense, which only makes sense. Litigation takes a lot of time and can last up to several years in court. It is also very adversarial and emotionally draining. In divorces that involve substantial and complex finances, litigation… Read More »

What Are Pennsylvania’s Guidelines for Child Support?

How much you pay in child support ultimately depends on the Pennsylvania child support guidelines. By working with a knowledgeable attorney you can find out how the law applies to your divorce. The PA Code on Support Guidelines base support payments mainly on two factors — both parents’ net monthly income and the number of… Read More »

How Has Paternity Changed as a Legal Issue?

For some time, paternity has been a family law issue, but even more so because of both the increased number of unmarried women and the increased rate of divorce. Through genetic testing, medical professionals can be 99 percent sure about a child’s paternity. Establishing paternity benefits a child because the child receives child support payments,… Read More »

How Successful Is Collaborative Law as a Legal Approach?

Collaborative law, also called the collaborative process, collaborative practice or for divorcing couples, collaborative divorce, is a legal approach that law firms have used since the 1980s. According to an article published by the American Bar Association (ABA), in 2007, the International Association of Collaborative Practice (IACP) conducted a survey of clients who participated in… Read More »

Announcing the Launch of Catherine H. Voit’s Blog

Welcome to the blog of attorney Catherine H. Voit, whose West Chester, Pennsylvania office handles cases involving divorce and family law matters. Catherine has more than 25 years of experience providing clients throughout Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties with personalized representation and aggressive advocacy. The more you know about the law, the better prepared you… Read More »



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