Best of 2010 in Pennsylvania Divorce Law

January 01, 2011 | Blog, Family Law News

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This time of year, nearly every magazine and website is publishing a Best-of-2010 article. I won’t buck the trend, because it’s a good opportunity to review the interesting and important development in divorce this year. Here are some links to the most important developments:

Divorce courts must tax-affect marital assets even if they will not be sold (maybe) – Balicki

Pennsylvania’s new custody law does not create presumption of shared custody, restricts relocation 2010 Custody Amendments

Divorce settlement is not lost in bankruptcyMiller

Alimony should be “grossed-up” to pay recipient’s tax burdenBalicki

New Pennsylvania child support law eliminates budget analysis in high-income cases2010 Child Support Amendments

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