Michael Daigle Joins Crosson & Richetti Family Law

Michael Daigle Joins Crosson & Richetti Family Law

Crosson & Richetti Family Law is pleased to announce that Michael Daigle has joined the firm’s practice group. Daigle joins from his position as Pro Se Law Clerk for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Since opening in September 2018, Crosson & Richetti has significantly grown. “We are committed to

Child Support – How Long Does It Last In PA?

Child Support – How Long Does It Last In PA?

The parents of a child both have a financial obligation to support their children, without regard to their relationship with the child. This means that if one parent chooses not to spend time with their child, this does not release them from the obligation to pay child support unless they terminate their parental rights. With

Charting Living Expenses During Your Divorce

Charting Living Expenses During Your Divorce

When charting your living expenses during your divorce, you need to have a complete understanding of your own as well as your ex’s financial situation. ◊ Here’s a starter list to help figure out your living expenses. ◊ When filling a Financial Affidavit, keep in mind that there are 4.3 weeks per month – not

3 Ways You Can Make Sure Children of Divorce Have a Shot at Happiness…Even During the Holidays!

3 Ways You Can Make Sure Children of Divorce Have a Shot at Happiness…Even During the Holidays!

For families, divorce can present devastating challenges especially for the children involved. Unsurprisingly, divorce becomes no easier when it prefaces major holidays. Newly separated parents may feel great remorse when trying to pick up the pieces and resume a sense of normalcy in their homes for themselves, and for their children. If you are getting

Modifying Your Child Support in Pennsylvania

Modifying Your Child Support in Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, when you pay for child support the amount is determined by a specific pre-set formula. Starting with your monthly income as the determining factor means that your support amount can change based on your job circumstances. Did you get a raise? Have you taken a leave of absence due to a family emergency?