Social Media and Divorce: What Can Be Used Against You

Posted on March 26th, 2020 in Divorce

Social Media and Divorce: What Can Be Used Against You For many, social media is a place to voice opinions, share photos and reconnect with friends and family. While there is a lot of good it can do, social media can also be a place of drama, which in certain situations, can leave you in […]

Read More

When “I Do” Becomes “I Don’t,” Who Gets The Ring?

Posted on March 18th, 2020 in Divorce

Breaking up is hard to do. Whether you and your partner have called off the engagement or you and your spouse are divorcing, there are a lot of emotions at play and a lot of financial questions you may have. One of which being, who gets the ring or rings in the breakup? Pennsylvania has […]

Read More

Divorce Disputes Q&A

Posted on February 20th, 2020 in Divorce

If you are in the process of seeking a divorce from your spouse or are in the midst of it all, you may have questions about the process and what you can expect. Kalinoski Law Offices P.C. has compiled some of our most frequently asked questions surrounding divorce in Scranton to make your divorce case […]

Read More

How Does Divorce Impact Student Loans?

Posted on January 29th, 2020 in Divorce

Going through a divorce is complicated. With the emotional strain you and your family are undergoing along with the complications of spousal support, child custody, and dividing marital assets, it’s a lot to process. But what happens when one of the major strains on your divorce is due to student loan debt? How can divorce […]

Read More

Community Property State Versus Equitable Distribution State

Posted on January 22nd, 2020 in Divorce

Divorce is complicated. Not only are tensions and feelings running high, but understanding who gets what out of the settlement can be excruciating. So how does Pennsylvania distribute marital property? Kalinoski Law Offices is here to help.  Let’s take a look at the difference between equitable distribution states versus community property state. Equitable Distribution State […]

Read More

Debunking Divorce Month

Posted on January 9th, 2020 in Divorce

The Christmas lights are down. The pine needles of the once glowing tree now litter your floor. The holidays are over. You may have thought the family portrait on your holiday card was a sign that things were changing in your marriage for the better. Instead, with the end of the holiday season, your everyday […]

Read More

Marital Identity Theft: Another Layer of Abuse

Posted on December 4th, 2019 in Divorce

According to a recent study, 14.4 million Americans fell victim to identity theft in 2018. Pennsylvania’s identity theft laws state that, “a person commits the offense of identity theft of another person if he possesses or uses, through any means, identifying information of another person without the consent of that other person to further any […]

Read More

Understanding Alimony in Pennsylvania

Posted on November 21st, 2019 in Divorce

Going through a divorce is hard on all parties involved. One component that often weighs heavily on a couple’s mind is alimony. Often, one spouse will have more financial responsibility in the divorce as the primary income earner of the household. With that, the expense of alimony comes into play. Pennsylvania has categories relating to […]

Read More

Can I Stop My Divorce From Happening?

Posted on October 17th, 2019 in Divorce

You and your spouse have decided to get divorced. You started with paperwork and are now waiting to hear your court date. But you and your soon-to-be-ex have been on good speaking terms for the past few weeks. So well, in fact, that you’re rethinking the divorce. Could this be a mistake? Is this something […]

Read More

When Small Business Owners Divorce

Posted on July 17th, 2019 in Divorce

Dividing a couple’s assets during a divorce can often be contentious, but additional complications exist if the parties are one of the over 999,000 small business owners in Pennsylvania. According to the Pennsylvania Small Business Development Center, 99.91 percent of businesses in Lackawanna County were small businesses in 2013. Therefore, it is inevitable that divorce will […]

Read More
Categories
Tags
Archives
Back to Top