Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce
In Pennsylvania, the parties to a divorce must be separated for at least 90 days.
Can I Get A Legal Separation?
In Pennsylvania, there is no legal separation.
What If My Spouse Is Hiding Money Income Or Assets?
Through the divorce process, our team of trusted attorneys can force your spouse to turn over their relevant financial documents. This will allow you to have a complete financial picture prior to making any decisions regarding your divorce.
What Happens If I Am Not On The Deed To The House Or On The Title To The Car?
Generally, property purchased during the divorce is marital property. Therefore, even if only one spouse’s name is on a piece of property, the property can still be divided in the divorce. Issues like this one are the reason you need an experienced team of lawyers on your side during a divorce.
What Is A ‘No-Fault’ Divorce?
This means that you do not have to have a reason for requesting a divorce. The reason for your divorce can remain private.
What Is Marital Property?
In general, marital property is any asset or income received by a spouse during the marriage. However, there are very specific exemptions to this general rule. It is very important to have attorneys, you can trust, provide you with your legal options.
What Is Equitable Distribution?
This is the process of dividing the marital property of the divorce. With many factors being considered, by the court, when dividing the marital property it is very important to have our team of experienced attorneys and accountants to advise you of your best options.
What Is A Marriage Settlement Agreement?
A marriage settlement agreement is a legally binding contract. This contract divides your marital property. This agreement can divide your house, retirement accounts, bank accounts and vehicles. This agreement can also address child and spousal support or alimony. Our team at Bononi & Company, P.C., has the experience necessary to provide you with the trusted advice you need when settling your divorce.
How Much Does Divorce Cost?
The cost is determined by the complexity of the divorce. Our team understands the need for efficient, trusted and honest answers and advice to your questions and case. You can trust that our team will work to ensure the best result for you and your family.
Will I Have To Go To Court For My Divorce?
No. Many of our clients are able to complete their divorce and property settlements without the need for litigation. You can complete your entire divorce without ever stepping foot in the courthouse. Our attorneys have the experience necessary to guide you through the divorce process.