In Pennsylvania, the law allows for no-fault divorces. This means that the parties have reached a point in their marriage where there are irreconcilable differences, & at least one of you no longer wants to be married. Although there may be serious reasons that make you want a divorce, a "grounds divorce" is costly. It provides you with no financial or legal advantage in your case. Unfortunately, despite the emotional upheaval a divorce can bring, the real purpose of divorce is to divide assets and/or debts, & allow each of you to become free of the ties that bound you while married.
When couples dissolve their marriage, it is hoped that you will be able to reach agreements concerning division of assets and/or debts if applicable, such as, spousal support, child custody & child support, among other things. If such agreements cannot be reached, the court will decide these issues for you based on Pennsylvania law. In meeting with Ellen, you will learn about the divorce process and will find the help you need to understand and negotiate the various agreements needed to dissolve your marriage. If necessary, your interests will be represented confidently & personally before the court, to aid you in getting a satisfactory result.
Going through a divorce is never easy. The change in family structure, the arguments regarding splitting the household, the fights over the kids’ future: all these contribute to your stress and anxiety. At the law office of Ellen S. Kingsley, in Easton, Pennsylvania, you will find a focus on family law, as a result, a clear understanding of the difficulties & challenges you are going through. You will be offered supportive representation. You will find that Ellen will take the time to truly understand your situation & advise you on the best options for your needs. The goal is for you to understand what is at stake. You will receive the guidance you need to make good decisions for moving forward.
In addition to representing clients during the dissolution of their marriages, Ellen also handles post-judgment matter, such as, modifications & Enforcement of Property Settlement Agreements. Sometimes, your ex doesn't do what they were supposed to under the terms of your agreement: alimony stops unexpectedly, or the house isn't sold, when it was supposed to be sold, or a variety of other issues. In those cases, let Ellen help you get what's rightfully yours.