At Stonesifer and Kelley, we represent clients through all stages of the
divorce process from the initial filing to negotiating settlements or
litigating claims for equitable distribution of property and alimony. We
also represent clients after divorce to enforce the terms of settlement
agreements or a Master’s or Judge’s decree.
Often clients are unsure whether they want to proceed with a divorce. Others
are facing a spouse’s filing of a divorce complaint but do not agree that
the marriage should end. We can explain your options and the financial
matters you may need to consider. We will answer those often asked
- What does it mean that Pennsylvania is a “no
fault” divorce state?
- Will I lose my rights to my home or be accused
of abandoning it if I leave?
- Can I change the locks if I stay and my spouse
- What assets and debts will be divided during
divorce and what if I don’t know what assets and
debts my spouse may have?
- Will I have to pay or will I receive alimony?
We will explain Pennsylvania law regarding these issues and assist you in
obtaining all of the necessary information to enable you to make an informed
decision regarding settlement or litigation.