Medical Negligence: What You Need To Know

Posted on July 8th, 2020 in Personal Injury

We trust our lives to those in the medical field on a daily basis. Be it for urgent needs, health updates, or even just yearly checkups. But when a doctor fails to put your care at the forefront, you may suffer a serious injury, harm, or even death. If you have been a victim of […]

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Fourth of July Safety: Personal Injury

Posted on June 30th, 2020 in Personal Injury

Last weekend, emergency personnel were called to a home in Scranton after a man died as a result of a “firework mishap,” according to reports. Officials believe the man died instantly after the firework exploded while he was trying to light it. With many families preparing for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, Kalinoski Law […]

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The Rise of Gray Divorce

Posted on June 23rd, 2020 in Divorce

We know that since a global health pandemic has ravaged the nation, divorce rates have been on the rise. But did you know that over the last year, gray divorces have increased? Some say that Al and Tipper Gore became the poster children of gray divorce, but what causes more couples to say “I don’t” […]

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Are Stepparents Legal Guardians?

Posted on June 16th, 2020 in Family Law

We know the modern family unit looks a lot different than it did in our parents’ and grandparents’ day. It’s welcoming to new family members, friends who become family, and new parent-child relationships. While the emotional connection between a child and stepparent may be strong, the legal bonds may be a bit more fragile. This […]

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Parental Rights in A CPS Investigation

Posted on June 10th, 2020 in Child Custody/Support

If Child Protective Services is called on a tip that something is going on in your home, you have a legitimate reason to be concerned. While your primary concern will be keeping your family together, this is ultimately going to result in a hearing in many cases as the welfare of your child is put […]

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Understanding PA Collaborative Divorce

Posted on June 2nd, 2020 in Divorce

Divorce can be complicated. From financial struggles to combative behavior, divorce may feel like you versus your ex. But when the split is mutual and you just want to figure things out, a collaborative divorce may be better suited to your needs. If you and your ex are looking to divorce but want to keep […]

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Child Custody & Summer Vacation

Posted on May 28th, 2020 in Child Custody/Support

With the school year wrapping up for many children in our area, parents may be looking for getaways that are close to home but still get the kids out of the house for some summer fun. While this may not seem like a problem, for divorced couples on a child custody schedule, this can become […]

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When You Suspect Drug, Alcohol Abuse By Your Ex: Child Custody

Posted on May 20th, 2020 in Child Custody/Support

When you and your ex decided to divorce, you noticed they were taking the breakup rather hard, even though it was a mutual decision. But you never thought they would turn to drugs and alcohol to deal with their emotions. Now, as you have shared custody of your children, you notice that your kids are […]

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Know Your Rights: Paternity and Unmarried Fathers

Posted on May 13th, 2020 in Family Law

An overwhelming amount of children in the United States are born to unmarried parents — approximately 40%. While in some cases, the parents may be in committed relationships but unmarried, the reality is that many of these children will grow up in a fatherless home. Unfortunately, the problem is that many fathers do not know […]

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How PA School Closures Impact Child Custody

Posted on May 7th, 2020 in Child Custody/Support

After Governor Tom Wolf announced that Pennsylvania schools would remain closed for physical instruction through the rest of the academic year, many parents had obvious concerns for their children’s education and academic success. However, for some parents, this brought about larger issues of child custody plans for the rest of the school year and summer. […]

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