What is Legally Considered Abuse?

Posted on November 21st, 2022 in Family Law

Being in an abusive relationship is terrifying and paralyzing. You can feel trapped and unable to help your situation. When there isn’t a guarantee that you’ll be believed in today’s world, it’s understandable to feel that you can’t report abuse. To encourage those who need help to seek it, we want to inform people what […]

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What Counts as Stalking?

Posted on October 26th, 2022 in Criminal Charges

Stalking feels like something that’s simple to understand. Someone follows another person without their permission and keeps track of their life in an intrusive manner. When we think of a stalker, we think of someone in a hoodie following someone around town. But in the age of the internet, it’s also considered stalking by many […]

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How Does Remarriage Affect Your Divorce Agreement?

Posted on September 29th, 2022 in Divorce

You’ve already been married once and have been through the divorce process. Who could blame you if you didn’t want to go through it again? But sometimes love finds a way, and now you’re about to remarry. What does remarriage mean for your divorce agreement? Divorce doesn’t always mean that your ex-spouse is cut completely […]

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What Happens During the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Program?

Posted on February 25th, 2022 in Criminal Charges

A criminal record can set you back in life and make it difficult to achieve the goals you had set for yourself. It may seem like there’s nothing you can do to overcome your past criminal charges, but for some, there is an opportunity for a second chance. Pennsylvania’s Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program can […]

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7 Things to Know about High-Asset Divorce

Posted on February 17th, 2022 in Divorce

A high-asset divorce, or a high net worth divorce, generally involves significant and high-value assets such as closely-held business interests, stock options, deferred compensation, trust funds, real estate partnerships, and so on. Understandably, the more assets involved, the more complex the divorce will be. Due to the complexities involved in a high-asset divorce, it is […]

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Winter Slip and Fall Safety Tips

Posted on February 11th, 2022 in Personal Injury

Over the past few weeks, people all over NEPA have had to deal with icy winter conditions, which can be unsafe not only when you’re driving, but even when you’re walking outside. Whether you’re going to your car, taking your dog for a walk, or trying to enjoy the limited hours of sunlight, no one […]

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What is an Offensive Weapon in Pennsylvania?

Posted on February 3rd, 2022 in Criminal Charges

When you were charged with one crime, you might not have expected to also be charged with a weapons offense. Maybe you were carrying something without even realizing that it was considered an offensive weapon. You can be charged with a weapons offense even if you had no malicious intent, so when it happens, you […]

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Types of Assets Found in High-Asset Divorces

Posted on January 28th, 2022 in Divorce, Family Law

Ending a marriage is never easy, and divorces are often difficult. While any couple is likely to experience challenges during their divorce, if you and your spouse have significant assets, this can be an even more complicated and lengthy process. Divorces like these are considered high-asset divorces and can often make the process harder to […]

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What Are Field Sobriety Tests?

Posted on January 21st, 2022 in Criminal Charges

Police officers rely on various forms of testing to determine whether or not they need to charge someone with drunk driving. The three tests an officer performs to determine if a driver is impaired are called field sobriety tests (FSTs). Field sobriety tests are used to judge a driver’s mental and physical ability to operate […]

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What Relief Can a Pennsylvania PFA Order Provide?

Posted on January 14th, 2022 in Divorce, Family Law

It’s estimated that around 10 million people in the United States suffer from domestic abuse each year. Many Pennsylvania residents are left feeling unsafe in their own homes due to this type of abuse. Abusers may be spouses, intimate partners, parents, or other relatives related by blood or marriage. When domestic abuse occurs, victims need […]

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