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Month: December 2020

5 reasons it may be time to modify your custody order

Despite the challenges that come with sharing custody of your child with an ex, most people adjust over time and find a new norm. However, situations arise that make it difficult or unwise to keep going with the same custody order, which

What every driver should know about holiday DUI crackdowns

The way we celebrate the holidays can look quite different this year. However, one thing that remains the same is that police are especially focused on enforcing DUI laws in Pennsylvania this time of year. Knowing what their efforts entail and what

Tips for easing your children’s transition between homes

Even when parents have a particularly contentious divorce, they can usually agree that they want to do what’s best for their children. A split can place a lot of stress on your relationship with your children, especially if you’re co-parenting. Fortunately, there

Protecting yourself after a ‘highway stop-and-frisk’

There are roughly 9 million licensed drivers in Pennsylvania; countless more drivers regularly travel through the state. Of these drivers, according to Pennsylvania State Police, nearly one million were stopped in 2019. Even though traffic stops are not uncommon, many people do

Court Hearings and Technology

While Pennsylvania courts have reopened since the summer shutdown, many courts are still only operating in-person hearings in emergency circumstances. This can cause issues for Pennsylvania couples looking to start or finalize their divorce. This may not be ideal for them. However,

Is an electronic divorce the right option for me?

While Pennsylvania courts have reopened since the summer shutdown, many courts are still only operating in emergency circumstances. This can cause issues for Pennsylvania couples looking to start or finalize their divorce. This may not be ideal for them. However, there are

What are the penalties for a first-time DUI?

Many holiday traditions involve gathering with loved ones — though perhaps on a smaller scale this year — and having a few drinks. Then, on your way home, you see flashing lights in your rear-view mirror. Before you know it, your blood