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A marriage is invalid, for instance, if either party was incapable of consenting to marriage by reason of insanity, or if either party was, at the time of the purported marriage, validly married to another person. In Pennsylvania, a simple, one-count divorce with no ancillary issues will still take a minimum of three months to finalize.These changes to the Pennsylvania Unclaimed Property Act take effect on September 10, 2016, and will apply to unclaimed property reports filed in 2017. While all states have unclaimed property laws, Pennsylvania and Delaware historically were the only states that did not require notification to be given to property owners prior to the transfer of unclaimed property to the state.The employee’s written consent must set forth all terms and conditions under which the direct deposit is to be made and the terms and conditions as to the method or methods to be used by which the employee may withdraw the written consent and terminate the agreement. 7.6122 An employer must pay en employee who has been discharged or terminated, who has quit or resigned, or who has been laid off, all wages due no later than the next regular payday on which the wages would have been paid if employment had continued.Also, an employer must provide to each employee being paid by direct deposit a separate written record of each deposit at or prior to the time thereof. An employer must send the wages to the employee by mail if the employee requests it. 0.5 In the event of the suspension of work as the result of an industrial dispute, an employer must pay all wages due at the time of the suspension no later than the next regular payday on which the wages would have been paid if the suspension of work had not occurred.