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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I modify alimony in a Pennsylvania divorce?

Yes, you generally can modify alimony in Pennsylvania if there has been a change of circumstances.  If however, your agreement provides that it is non-modifiable you most likely will not be able to modify the alimony.

What is a Pugh Clause in a Marcellus gas lease in Pennsylvania?

A Pugh Clause is a clause in a gas lease that keeps the gas company from holding all of your land under lease indefinitely if they have only placed part of your land into production in a unit pool.  See our oil & gas section for more information on this important topic.

Does alimony stop if I cohabitate with someone else or remarry in Pennsylvania?

Yes, unless otherwise agreed, then alimony ceases when you move in with someone else or remarry.

Is my spouse the meanest person in the world?

No comment.

Is Bankruptcy bad for my credit?

This is a myth.  If you have great credit, then yes a bankruptcy would negatively affect you.  If, however, your credit has already been affected by a law suit or past due bills, then a bankruptcy may allow you to recover by discharging the debts and allowing you to begin rebuilding your credit from the date your debt is discharged.  See our bankruptcy page for more information.





From offices in Coudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania, the attorneys at Ross and Ross, LLC serve the personal injury, bankruptcy, social security disability, divorce and family law needs of Western, Northwestern, Central and North Central Pennsylvania including the communities of Coudersport, Galeton, Shinglehouse, West Branch, Smethport, Port Allegany, Bradford, Roulette, and Wellsboro, as well as Potter County, McKean County, Tioga County, Cameron County, Bradford County and other areas of Western PA and Central PA.

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