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The Difference Between Spousal Support and Alimony Pendente Lite

When a couple decides to separate or divorce, financial assistance may be required from one spouse to another.   Spousal support and alimony pendente lite (APL) are two types of financial support that may be ordered by a court during divorce proceedings.

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Do My Increased Bills Increase My Monthly Child Support Amount?

When your financial situation changes, you're likely to wonder how this impacts your child support responsibilities. One common question we encounter is, "Do my increased bills increase my monthly child support amount?"

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Custody Factors the Court Must Address During a Custody Trial

Facing child custody issues can be an emotionally taxing and challenging time. The process can stir a plethora of emotions, from anxiety and uncertainty to deep-seated concerns about the welfare and future of your child.

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Types of Child Custody in Pennsylvania

According to the most recent Pew Research Center study, about 23% of U.S. children below 18 years live with one parent and no other adults. During a marital dissolution, parents must create a feasible child custody agreement and parenting to determine each parent's roles, rights, and responsibilities.

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How Can I Reduce Inheritance Tax For My Children?

The pandemic and the hyperinflation that followed it have had the effect of raising the valuation of people’s estates. Though the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has no estate tax and the federal estate tax is currently pegged at $12.92 million in assets before any tax sets in, the reality is that many individuals and couples can face tax considerations when doing their estate planning. Their estate and their children can be on the hook for up to 40 percent of the asset valuation.

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Do I Need A Will?

A last will and testament—commonly referred to as a “will”—is not something many people are comfortable thinking about. People often associate creating a will with senior age, terminal illnesses, and imminent death.

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How Does Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage Protect Me?

All but two states in the U.S. require auto insurance. However, many drivers ignore the law regarding auto insurance and end up causing trouble for themselves and other drivers on the road.

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Limited Tort Coverage When Other Driver Was At-Fault

According to statistics compiled after 2021 by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), there are about 13 reported auto crashes in Pennsylvania every hour, resulting in three fatalities a day—along with 191 injuries.

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How Long Am I Required to See the Company’s Doctor?

The system of protecting employees on the job now known as workers’ compensation sprang into life in 1911 in Wisconsin. Nine other states followed before 1920. Today, nearly all 50 states have mandatory workers’ compensation laws in place.

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Why You Need a Workers’ Compensation Attorney

Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance system found in all 50 states that pay medical expenses and lost wages (up to a limit) when an employee is injured or falls ill due to work-related activities or workplace conditions.

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