Having a serious disability can make it substantially harder to find and maintain gainful employment, and in some cases, it can make doing so virtually impossible. If you count yourself among the many residents of Pennsylvania that have disabilities severe enough to...
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Divorce can be extraordinarily difficult for anyone. If you have children, though, parenting in a post-divorce family may present a host of problems you must overcome. While all divorced parents must figure out what is best for them and their families, you can likely...
When you face criminal charges in Pennsylvania, you naturally want the best defense possible. The last thing you want is for a judge or jury to convict you of a crime that could result in a prison sentence that could negatively impact you for the rest of your life....
It is more than disappointing when you are eligible for Social Security benefits but the government claims you are not. Denials happen for various reasons, with a common one being making mistakes on the application. A denial of the financial assistance you need...
Getting divorced is never easy, but it is often even more difficult when you have kids in the equation. Separating your finances is one thing, but calculating the financial implications of children is yet another challenge that you must wrangle with. Fortunately,...
Small traffic violations can be hazardous to your livelihood. If you have a Pennsylvania commercial drivers license(CDL) you can lose your license for 60 days or more when you plead guilty to 2 minor traffic violations within a 3 year period. ...
Posted on July 9, 2018 by Bruce A. Thomas, Esq. Timothy Carpenter just wanted to go out and rob stores in peace. He never thought that his cellphone would be his downfall and lead to a 116 year prison sentence for his criminal behavior. In his case the...
If you ever face a situation where a Pennsylvania law enforcement officer seeks to question you about a criminal matter, you need to know about your Miranda rights. You have these rights because of the landmark 1966 U.S. Supreme Court decision in Miranda v. Arizona....
You and your spouse may have spent decades together, but now you have decided to go your separate ways. Divorce among seniors is not as unusual as it once was, but it still carries a measure of uncertainty that younger people do not face.Financial security is a...
After receiving a diagnosis of a serious condition, you may be eligible to receive some financial assistance from the U.S. government.You may have heard of Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). These programs sound...
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