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While you undoubtedly understand the importance of showing up to work, eating healthy meals and taking your medication, other things are easy to put off. Writing a will falls into this category, as it may not seem particularly pressing. In

When your marriage ends in Pennsylvania and you share a child together, or when you had a child with someone outside of marriage, you may need to seek custody rights over your son or daughter. When awarding child custody, the

If you are thinking about ending your marriage, you are far from alone. In fact, the current divorce rate in the U.S. is 2.7 per 1,000 population. This means about 2,400 couples decided to call it quits every single day.   While

When an individual makes a will, he or she chooses an executor, or personal representative, to handle his or her estate after death. While many people choose a trusted family member or friend as executor, it is important to know

When you attended college, you may not have thought much about tuition and fees. If you are planning to send your son or daughter to school, though, you undoubtedly understand how challenging paying for a college degree can be nowadays.

Pennsylvania has established three tiers of penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs. Your legal consequences depend on your blood alcohol content at the time of arrest and other factors.  Review the penalties for Pennsylvania DUI if you

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

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

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.

During the end of a marriage, many parents in Pennsylvania and elsewhere may wish to take steps to protect the interests of their kids, but they might not always agree on how to achieve this goal. Parents who cannot come