The decision to marry carries with it the implicit decision to work together. For the average Pennsylvania couple, this decision to work together needs to begin in the initial planning stages rather than after the couple has said "I do." One of the first steps is often an open, honest discussion regarding finances, spending and expectations. When this occurs, the likelihood of divorce may decrease.
Pets are children too. At least this is the case in many Pennsylvania households. Although pets are still treated as a part of the property division process in this state, they are often considered to be a part of the family and can become an area of controversy when the couple decides to divorce.
In many Pennsylvania families, the home is the central focal point for many decisions. Couples spend time selecting the home, taking care of it and building a life in it. Then, when this life is altered by divorce, the dilemma of who gets the home can become an issue.
There are many items to take into consideration as one is planning a Pennsylvania wedding. Some of the more commonly thought of items include where the ceremony will take place, what type of reception will be held and who will be in the wedding party. Another important part of the planning process involves the discussion of and planning for the couple's assets and finances in case of death or divorce.