User login EMAILPASSWORD

Pennsylvania Divorce

We offer easy-to-use, state-specific online divorce forms. Our forms are attorney-drafted, include detailed filing instructions and are available immediately after purchase. Additional information and links to resources on divorce in Pennsylvania may be found below.

Information About Divorce in Pennsylvania

PA Divorce Law
Child Support in Pennsylvania
PA Child Custody and Visitation Law
Property Division in Pennsylvania
PA Courts and Community Resources

Start Your Pennsylvania Divorce

  • Try Before You Buy! No credit card is needed to start. No other legal forms site offers this.
  • All the state-specific forms you need. Detailed filing instructions included.
  • 100% Court Approval Guarantee.
  • Divorce from $59 + court filing fees.
  • Last Will & Testament and Parenting Plan included FREE with purchase.
Twitter SSL Security by GeoTrust
SmartLegalForms, Inc., Legal Forms, Baltimore, MD
Guarantee eCommerce by Chase Paymentech

Other Services Available

Divorce Yourself- The National Divorce Kit
Everything That You and Your Spouse Will Need to Obtain Your Divorce Without a Lawyer.
From Nova Publishing Co. - $39.95

PA Divorce Law

PA Divorce Law Explained
Grounds for Divorce in PA
Marital Separation Agreements Explained

Pennsylvania Statutory Resources

PA Residency Requirements (Divorce) - Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Section 3104(b) - Residence and domicile of parties. No spouse is entitled to commence an action for divorce or annulment under this part unless at least one of the parties has been a bona fide resident in this Commonwealth for at least six months immediately previous to the commencement of the action. Both parties shall be competent witnesses to prove their respective residence, and proof of actual residence within this Commonwealth for six months shall create a presumption of domicile within this Commonwealth.  Read all of Section 3104...

Grounds for Divorce in Pennsylvania - PA Consolidated Statutes Sec. 3301(c) and (d).

(c) Mutual consent. The court may grant a divorce where it is alleged that the marriage is irretrievably broken and 90 days have elapsed from the date of commencement of an action under this part and an affidavit has been filed by each of the parties evidencing that each of the parties consents to the divorce.

(d) Irretrievable breakdown. (1) The court may grant a divorce where a complaint has been filed alleging that the marriage is irretrievably broken and an affidavit has been filed alleging that the parties have lived separate and apart for a period of at least two years and that the marriage is irretrievably broken and the defendant either: (i) Does not deny the allegations set forth in the affidavit. (ii) Denies one or more of the allegations set forth in the affidavit but, after notice and hearing, the court determines that the parties have lived separate and apart for a period of at least two years and that the marriage is irretrievably broken. (2) If a hearing has been held pursuant to... (CONTINUED - click here to read entire statute).

View the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes.

Back to Top

Child Support in Pennsylvania

PA Interactive Child Support Calculator - provided by AllLaw.com (DivorceLawInfo.com is not affiliated with AllLaw.com)
PA Child Support Overview
PA Child Support Explained
Child Support Enforcement: Supportkids.com

Back to Top

PA Child Custody and Visitation Law

Child Custody and Visitation
Custody Resources
FAQs About Child Custody
Grandparents Custodial Rights
Modification of Support

Back to Top

Property Division in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is an "equitable distribution" state.

Property Division
PA Property Rights Law

Back to Top

PA Courts and Community Resources

Lawyers and Divorce
Mediation
Glossary of Family Law Terms
PA Domestic Relations Law
Pennsylvania Court System
PA Clerks and Courthouses
Pennsylvania State Bar Association
Domestic Violence Shelters

Back to Top

Start Your Pennsylvania Divorce Papers


Start Your Pennsylvania Divorce