Burdened with debt from many sides, millenials are taking their time to make important decisions, like choosing to marry. In an attempt to become financially independent first, they are driving the marriage rate down. Taking the time to settle, however, does have its advantages, as they are being strategic about who they choose and fearful of separation, thus, bringing the divorce rate down as well.
As a Pennsylvania resident who has a genuine fear of someone with whom you used to share a relationship, you may be exploring your options and trying to determine what you might be able to do to protect yourself or your child. In Pennsylvania, you may be able to obtain at least temporary protection against your abuser by securing what is known as a protection from abuse.
Of all the complicated issues that are involved in a divorce case in Pennsylvania, the parties usually hope that, above all else, they reach a satisfactory arrangement regarding child custody. After all, even if a happy marriage is no longer realistic, the couple will be forever bound together as parents of their children. That means they must attempt to reach an arrangement that works for all parties involved.