You're at the crossroads of a divorce in Pennsylvania and your mind is spinning with anxiety and worries as you lose sleep thinking about:
- Whether or not you'll be able to afford to keep the house;
- Whether or not you'll be able to pay the bills;
- Whether or not you'll be able to get health insurance coverage;
- And whether or not you'll have enough to save for your retirement.
All of these fears are typical in a divorce (especially if you've been the dependent spouse) and they all have one thing in common:
When it comes to money and divorce, there's one issue that's more stressful, more emotional, and more difficult for Pennsylvania couples to resolve than any other.
And that's PA alimony.
Coming to an agreement that will require one party to pay money to the other party to support their lifestyle after the marriage ends is challenging, to say the least.