Gay and LGBTQIA marriages, which have been legal in Pennsylvania for several years, sometimes split up amicably as the marriage has run its’ course. While these can still be trying emotionally they do not have to be financially or legally. According to Pennsylvania uncontested divorce laws 2 spouses can handle their own divorce if it is uncontested also referred to as a mutual consent divorce. Our PA gay family law attorneys do not advise handling any type of divorce yourself as there is always a margin for error. Retaining the NJ & PA uncontested divorce attorneys at our firm is a wise move as it protects both of you. Please click here to contact the Pennsylvania LGBTQIA divorce lawyers at Giampolo Law Group. They provide free and confidential case examinations.
With offices in New Jersey and Pennsylvania they serve all of both states including Allegheny County, Atlantic County, Bucks County, Camden County, Chester County, Dauphin County, Gloucester County, Mercer County, Montgomery County & Philadelphia County.
Uncontested Divorce Requirements In Pennsylvania
Per PA divorce laws the requirements below must be met in order to be able to do a mutual consent divorce:
- The marriage must be irretrievably broken
- Both spouses must agree to the divorce a AND sign an affidavit consenting to the divorce
- Both spouses must have resided in Pennsylvania for at least six continuous months before filing
Contact Our PA Attorneys Handling LGBTQIA Uncontested Divorces
To begin your free case analysis with our PA & NJ mutual consent divorce attorneys please click here. They will do everything necessary to make your end of marriage transition as smooth and inexpensive as possible. Part of that means ensuring that the rights and interests of both parties are protected. Should it get to the point that it becomes contested, or too heated emotionally, they can also help with traditional gay marriages dissolutions.
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