GHA Attorney Ken Horoho Quoted in Post Gazette Re Taxes and Alimony

Feb 14 2018

GH&A Attorney Ken Horoho weighs in on the change to the tax code impacting the deduction for alimony in this Post Gazette article.   The article states: Thanks to the recent passing of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, married …

Posted in Alimony, In The News, Taxes

The New Tax Code and Alimony: What You Need to Know

Jan 27 2018

On Friday December 22, 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 was signed into law. This bill will make significant adjustments to both individual and corporate tax rates as well as various other terms and provisions of the …

Posted in Divorce, General News, Taxes

New Statewide Guidelines for Court Records Access Goes Into Effect on January 8, 2018

Dec 22 2017

On January 8, 2018, a new statewide public records access policy goes into effect which will govern how Court records at all levels will be available for viewing. Parties to actions and their counsel of record will have one level …

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GHA Attorney Carla Schiff Donnelly Speaks on Divorce

Oct 06 2017

On September 29, 2017, GHA Attorney Carla Schiff Donnelly spoke at the Rivers Club Women’s Leadership Breakfast on “Knowing Your Rights in a Divorce.”  The attendees learned about waiting periods, how support is calculated, how assets are divided and what …

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GHA Sponsors Lending Hearts Golf Tournament To Raise Money for Children Fighting Cancer

Sep 08 2017

Lending Hearts’ mission is to provide emotional and social support to children and young adults with cancer and their families through unique activities and community outreach.  GHA Attorney Amanda McCracken Raber sits on the board of this important organization for our …

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School Placement Disputes: You May Already Be Too Late

Aug 29 2017

Each year, summer seems to turn to fall with a greater vengeance; back-to-school ads start sooner; pre-season football takes over the airwaves; even the weather seems to turn cooler sooner. And, for many school students, the school year has crept …

Posted in Custody

Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C. Named to List of Ten Best Law Firms for Pennsylvania for Client Satisfaction

Aug 10 2017

Gentile, Horoho & Avalli, P.C. has been selected for membership as one of the ten best law firms for Pennsylvania by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys “AIOFLA”.  The AIOFLA is an impartial third party attorney and firm rating …

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Back to School Tips for Divorcing Parents

Aug 09 2017

As the first day of school approaches, it is a good time to start planning for the new school year, especially when the parents are living separately for the first time. Here are some things to consider: The first day …

Posted in Custody, Divorce

Will I need to get a job after divorce?

Jul 28 2017

We are often asked by stay at home parents and homemakers whether they will have to get a job.  While the short answer is technically “no,” it’s not that simple.  No court can force you to get a job.  That said, …

Posted in Divorce, Support

In the Spotlight: Child Support

Jul 16 2017

Generally speaking, parents have an obligation to financially support their children. Pennsylvania law is based on the belief that both parties should be contributing towards the costs associated with the care of their children in proportion to their respective incomes. …

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