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When we think about custody, we naturally think about the rights of a child’s parents to see their child when those parents end their relationship with one another. However, parents are not the only family members who are afforded the right to seek custody of children in Pennsylvania. Specifically, grandparents may also have the right […]
In Pennsylvania Workers Compensation, there are two specific type of injuries that are frequently litigated: traumatic injuries and repetitive injuries. So what is the difference and how do I tell which one I have? A traumatic injury, or specific injury, is exactly what you envision as an injury. There is a specific event, such as […]
The Amazon facility in Carlise is being investigated after an employee was killed in the warehouse. Learn more about what you can do when the large company you work for skirts safety issues for lower operating costs.
When a parent with primary or shared custody of a child is moving, what is legally expected of them? Learn more about child location custody, what are your rights, and what options are available to you.
When you are injured on the job and have no source of income, it’s important to know when you can expect your workers compensation. We’ll help break down the timeline so you can know what to expect.
Do you know the impact your social media and digital communication can have on all types of legal proceedings? Learn more about the legal pitfalls of the 21st century social media jungle and what you can do to protect yourself.
Are you behind on your home mortgage and considering applying for a home loan modification with your lender? Before you do, check out this article and learn about the potential ramifications of utilizing the Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP).
The importance of finding the right family lawyer is crucial when dealing with divorce, custody agreements, and child support. Check out the Three C’s of choosing a family lawyer to help you make the right decision for you and your family.
You may have heard of a Quitclaim deed but do you know what that means and what type of deed it is? We’ll help explain what type of deed this is and when it might be the right option for you. Learn more about a Quitclaim deed now.