Law Office of Heidi C. Noll's Blog Posts

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Child Relocation

  • October 8, 2016

In Pennsylvania, a relocation hearing will be necessary to determine whether or not a parent will be permitted to relocate with a minor child in their custody. There many factors that can impact the outcome of a parental relocation hearing, including: The child’s relationship with both parents The reason for the parental relocation Any reasons the other parent has to try to prevent the relocation The impact of parental relocation on the child’s well-be...

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Child Support

  • October 8, 2016

Pennsylvania child support payments are largely determined by state child support guidelines that take into account (among other factors) the income of each parent and the number of nights per year that the children will be spending with each parent. The Law Office of Heidi C. Noll represent the rights of parents during the process of determining the proper application of child support guidelines. New child support guidelines in Pennsylvania The child supp...

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Division of Assets

  • October 8, 2016

Division of Assets In Pennsylvania, when a couple is divorcing, the legal term for dividing marital assets and marital debts is equitable distribution. Pennsylvania is known as an equitable distribution state and not a community property state. Our courts divide marital property and debts based on the principles of equity. That means it is in the discretion of the court to divide marital assets and marital debts as it sees fair. Equitable distribution does...

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Divorce

  • October 8, 2016

Divorce No-Fault Divorce Attorney Noll provides services for simple, no-fault divorces. In Pennsylvania, no-fault divorce is basically when two people want to get divorced and neither party is blaming the other for the dissolution of the marriage. According to Pennsylvania law, if both parties are willing to divorce a divorce decree may be obtained in as little as ninety days of filing. The most common grounds for a divorce action in the Commonwealth of Pe...

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Pet Custody

  • September 5, 2017

At the Law Offices of Heidi C. Noll we know that in certain cases the custody of a pet is as important as who’s getting which car and a parent’s custodial time involving their children. Attorneys Koren and Noll can assist you with drafting the language necessary to make certain that the family pet is not lost during your divorce. We can add language to your Property Settlement Agreement (PSA) addressing any concerns and/or issues involving your beloved...

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Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)

  • June 24, 2018

Some form of Parental Alienation is involved in most divorce cases where children are involved. The question becomes how severe and pervasive is the conduct of the parent engaging in the alienation. Further how, if at all, has the child been affected? PAS occurs when one parent in what is typically a post–divorce custody arrangement successfully manipulates the child to turn against the other parent. Attorney Noll is well versed in the area of child brai...

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