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What to Do if Illness Thr…

What to Do if Illness Threatens Your Parenting Time

Thousands of Pennsylvania residents have gotten sick with COVID-19 in the last couple months. Many of those people were likely parents with parenting plans. Many more were children splitting their time between divorced or separated parents. How shoul… Read More
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Probation Reporting Durin…

Probation Reporting During the Coronavirus Pandemic

You had been dutifully reporting to your probation officer or parole supervisor for months, or even years. You were on track to complete the probation and resume normal life. Then COVID-19 happened, and Pennsylvania — along with much of the wor… Read More
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Categories: Criminal Law
Does COVID-19 Affect Your…

Does COVID-19 Affect Your Pennsylvania Parenting Time Plan?

Parents all across Pennsylvania, and the U.S. are finding themselves facing the Coronavirus pandemic with more questions than answers. That includes questions about how COVID-19 will affect their Pennsylvania parenting time plan or visitation orders.… Read More
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Will Your Pennsylvania Co…

Will Your Pennsylvania Court Hearing be Cancelled Because of COVID-19?

The novel Coronavirus COVID-19 has caused closures and stay-at-home directives across the country. Here in Pennsylvania, even the courts have been affected, restricting in-person hearings to only the most essential services. What do those closures me… Read More
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The Most Common Pennsylva…

The Most Common Pennsylvania Theft Crimes

For many people, their first contact with the criminal justice system comes when they are charged with a theft offense for shoplifting. However, Pennsylvania theft crimes cover far more than retail theft, and some of the charges are far more severe.… Read More
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Categories: Criminal Law
How a Restraining Order C…

How a Restraining Order Can Protect You During Divorce

If you have become the victim of abuse during your marriage, escaping that relationship can feel daunting — or even impossible. However, the Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse Act gives abuse survivors a tool to shield themselves and their chil… Read More
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Categories: Divorce, Family Law
Is the Store Responsible…

Is the Store Responsible for Your Slip and Fall Injury?

Melted snow, fallen merchandise, and wet floors can all create risks of a serious accident. If you fall in a retail business, find out when and how you can hold the store responsible for your slip and fall injury. Winter Weather Creates Slippery Situ… Read More
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Categories: Personal Injury
How Judges Divide Propert…

How Judges Divide Property in a Pennsylvania Divorce

When a couple gets married and moves in together, each spouse brings certain property with them: cars, bank accounts, sometimes even a home. Over the years of the marriage, they gather more together. What happens when the couple separates and eventua… Read More
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Categories: Divorce, Family Law
Medical Marijuana and Pen…

Medical Marijuana and Pennsylvania Drug Charges: What You Need to Know

The Pennsylvania legislature approved the use of medical marijuana in 2016, but at the start of 2020 the state’s medical marijuana laws are still more restrictive than others around the country. Find out what patients and caregivers should know abo… Read More
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Categories: Criminal Law
Do You Need to Go to Cour…

Do You Need to Go to Court Before Moving Away From Pennsylvania With Your Child?

The time after the end of a marriage or relationship can be difficult, but it can also provide the opportunity for new beginnings—including a geographic move, perhaps for a new job or to be closer to extended family. Unfortunately, if you are a par… Read More
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