Teenagers love to believe that they are old enough to know better for whatever reason, and I was as guilty as any. At about the age of 15, teenagers start believing that they are much smarter than their parents. This transition is painstaking and trying for married parents, but it is especially complex for divorced couples. The complexity of this teenage phenomenon can be exacerbated by one or both of the divorce couples poisoning the mind of the teen against the other parent.
I have been asked many times from clients whether the "date of separation" makes a difference in Pennsylvania Divorce cases. The answer is quite simple-you betcha it does.
I really do not like divorces. This might sound weird coming from a Pennsylvania Divorce lawyer- I mean it's my profession- it's my livelihood. But, in reality, there just is a lot I do not like about the whole process.