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Bill would cut waiting period for divorce in half

BATON ROUGE – The House Committee on Civil Law and Procedure moved House Bill 136 to the full chamber for debate that halves the waiting period for families with children seeking no-fault divorce from one year to six months. State law originally required ... read more

Legislation to trim waiting period for a divorce fails

A bill that would cut the waiting period for a divorce in Louisiana from one year to six months was rejected Tuesday in the state House. The vote was 44-52, nine short of the minimum required for approval. The proposal, House Bill 136, was sponsored by ... read more

Shortened divorce wait fails to get Louisiana House support

Louisiana won't be shortening the waiting period for a divorce. Lawmakers in the state House of Representatives rejected a bill Tuesday that would have cut the wait to six months for a no-fault divorce when the married couple has children under 18. read more

Shorter waiting period for no-fault divorces takes effect in Pennsylvania

Tom Wolf signed a bill into law that cut that waiting period in half, a move supporters said ... first came to Pennsylvania in 1980 with a three-year waiting period for the divorce to take effect. That was reduced to two years in 1988. read more

Untying the knot: It’s time for Pennsylvania to cut the divorce waiting period

Maximizing the stability of marriage while minimizing the damage of divorce should be ... appears to be advancing to cut the waiting period from two years to one. Sponsored by state Rep. Tarah Toohil, R-Luzerne, the bill was overwhelmingly approved by ... read more

AFTER ALMOST 30 YEARS, THE WAITING PERIOD FOR A UNILATERAL NO-FAULT DIVORCE IS CHANGING IN PENNSYLVANIA

The waiting period for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania will be cut in half, from two years to one, thanks to House Bill 380, which Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law on Oct. 4, 2016. The law, Act 102, will go into effect in 60 days. Pennsylvania ... read more

Shorter Waiting Time for Divorce Based on Separation…Legislation Pending

House Bill 380 is the legislation at issue and aims to cut in half the statutory waiting period from 2 years to 1. The practical reasons for reducing the mandatory waiting period in Pennsylvania for this type of divorce are many. As proponent of the ... read more

Pennsylvania Reduces No-Fault Divorce Waiting Period to 1 Year

The waiting period for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania will be cut in half, from two years to one, thanks to House Bill 380, which Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed into law on Oct. 4, 2016. The law, Act 102, will go into effect in 60 days. The ... read more

New supersonic jet promises to cut flight times in half

"This is a similar transition that we haven't seen for half a century when we went from propeller planes ... The law will increase the gas tax by 6 cents over a three-year period. It also lowers taxes on groceries and provides property tax relief for ... read more

Trump Makes His First Big Changes To Obamacare

The length of that sign-up period is also cut in half. Other aspects of the regulation could make ... for the cost-sharing subsidies be included in a pending federal spending bill. Absent clarity on the subsidies, insurance companies may be reluctant ... read more
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