Many Pennsylvania spouses will expect to receive alimony payments in the wake of their divorces, especially if they're stay-at-home moms or dads and they earn dramatically less income than their spouses. However, a judge might disagree.
Imagine you're a single woman and suddenly you realize you're pregnant. You hadn't thought about the one-night-stand you had with a man on Halloween night for more than a month, but now he is very much on your mind -- because he's the father of your baby. The problem is, you don't know how to find him. You look on Facebook. You look on the internet. You look everywhere, but he's nowhere to be found.
If you're a would-be parent in Pennsylvania, and you're hoping to adopt, there will be different options available. All of these options will have their potential positives and negatives, so it's important to analyze all your adoption options carefully before deciding which one is best for you and your family. One option that a lot of Pennsylvania adoptive parents choose involves the adoption of a foster child from the U.S. Foster Care System.
Since the time we are kids, we are taught not to lie. Lying can be hurtful and get us into trouble. Unfortunately, when two people are divorcing, they can find it quite tempting to lie in the interest of self-preservation.