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Attorney Lisa Vari Named Family Law Super Lawyer Again!

March 22, 2019

Congratulations, Lisa Vari, on being named to the 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list! This is Ms. Vari’s fifth consecutive year being named as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for Family Law. Super Lawyers reviews thousands of peer-nominated candidates every year, ultimately selecting a small percentage of attorneys in each state for inclusion on this prestigious list. Each …

How to Have a Healthy Surrogate Pregnancy

March 20, 2019

Surrogates give the ultimate gift to intended parents: the gift of a healthy child. By caring for your health during the pregnancy, you are not just taking care of the child you are carrying—you are taking care of yourself. A healthy surrogate is just as important as the birth of a healthy child. Providing the …

How Will the Length of My Marriage Affect My Divorce?

March 12, 2019

When you and your spouse are no longer compatible, you may be wondering whether divorce is the right option for you. But it stands to reason that the longer you have been married, the more impactful your divorce will be on both spouses’ lives. There are various elements that go into obtaining a divorce in …

Relocation and Child Custody in Pennsylvania: How to Make a Fresh Start

March 5, 2019

When a custodial parent decides to relocate (i.e., move) with their child, both of the child’s parents must consent to the relocation. If one of the child’s parents objects to the move, the court must then approve of the relocation before the other parent can move with the child. Relocation with a Child in PA …

Military Divorce in Pennsylvania

February 14, 2019

In 2003, the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act took effect and changed the way military divorce procedure in Pennsylvania would be handled. When filing a divorce complaint, each person must state the military service record of the spouse named as the other party. The service member spouse must be personally served with a divorce complaint, or …