Across Philadelphia, parents find themselves facing a complex situation as schools plan to go back into session even as the disease continues to ravage our nation.
This is a very uncertain and unprecedented time for all. Although courts may remain closed, you still have options for seeking relief.
It is vital that victims of abuse know and understand their rights. Pennsylvania law makes it illegal for any individual to stalk, threaten, harass, or abuse another.
We’ve always heard some of our favorite TV characters joke about alimony after their dramatic on-screen divorce. But, when it comes to real life, how is alimony determined in the state of Pennsylvania? There is pre- and post-divorce support offered in the state of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania law permits two types of support before the divorce […]
Many people are particularly interested in the factors Pennsylvania judges must use to guide their analysis in a child custody dispute. Thankfully, Pennsylvania law is rather straightforward about setting forth the individual factors that judges in the state must consider when rendering a child custody decision. In fact, in January of 2011, a new Pennsylvania […]