Divorce Attorneys in Pennsylvania

Davis Divorce Law

429 4th Avenue
Suite 1501

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219

Phone(800) 486-4070

Law Firm Overview

Davis Divorce Law is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania firm that is highly specialized in the practice of uncontested divorce and has been serving clients throughout Pennsylvania for more than thirty-five years. The firm's concentration on uncontested divorce means that they are experts in providing

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Articles Published by Davis Divorce Law

 Facebook Evidence on the Rise in Divorces

Finally deciding to end your marriage can lead you to focus on your future. Not knowing what is going to happen next can cause a lot of stress, even if you and your spouse have worked out the details your divorce. You log in to your Facebook account, and post a quick message about how relieved you are that things are finally over.

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 Divorce in Pennsylvania: Is The Price Right?

People facing the prospect of divorce usually find that emotional pain is part of the process. And most are surprised when they discover the financial pain from the experience. Bills and fees add up very quickly when a person pays a divorce lawyer by the hour.

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 The Value of Working With An Attorney to File an Uncontested Divorce

Divorce can be a lengthy and expensive process, but it doesn't have to be. Many people minimize the cost and time of divorce by filing a simple, no-fault, uncontested divorce. When spouses resolve the issues between themselves and file for a no-fault divorce, they can avoid significant expense and wasted time without the need for a mediator or judge to resolve disputes.

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 Uncontested Divorce: When Is It Appropriate?

Divorce is often thought of as a drawn-out, expensive courtroom battle, but it doesn’t have to be that way. An uncontested divorce offers couples an affordable, timely way to avoid the expense and drama of a contested divorce.

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 No-Fault Divorce: Cheaper, Faster, Less Painful for All Concerned

Only one of the 50 states refuses to allow some form of no-fault divorce. In a recent editorial, the New York Times lambasted that state’s legislature for failing to enact no-fault divorce, stating that current law makes “divorces costlier, longer, and uglier than they need to be.”

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