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Does a Criminal Record Affect Child Custody?

Going through a divorce is hardly an easy situation. Separations involve a number of complicated matters, including child custody. The protection of children is a top priority for parents and courts. That is why a criminal record can seriously affect a parent’s child custody rights. It’s important to contact a skilled child custody attorney when a criminal record comes into play in a divorce case.

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What Can I Do if My Ex Isn’t Paying Their Child Support?

Dealing with a former partner who is not paying court-ordered child support can be a frustrating and overwhelming experience. It can be also difficult to understand what steps you must take in order to receive the payments you are owed.

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Preparing for Divorce

No matter how much we love our partners when we get married, there’s always a chance that our union will end in divorce. And, whether this split is mostly amicable or if it’s fraught with disagreement, there are specific things to consider before filing for divorce that you’ll want to know.

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The Difference Between Pennsylvania State and Federal Criminal Charges

If you’re facing arrest for an incident involving violations of both federal and state law, you’re undoubtedly worried about the difference between state and federal charges and whether you can face prosecution for both simultaneously.

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Making the Most of Visitation in Montgomery County

Many of us have fond memories of summer break, from swimming and playing to hanging out with friends and taking fun trips with family. But, if you’re splitting custody with a co-parent, you may feel a lot of pressure to make fun summer memories for your children.

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The Difference Between an Alcohol and Marijuana DUI in Pennsylvania

We all know that driving under the influence of alcohol carries serious penalties in every state in the U.S., including Pennsylvania.

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Divorce Physically Changes the Brain: A Proactive Approach

If you're in the middle of a divorce, you already know that the emotions can be overwhelming.

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Car Accidents, Unconscious DUI Suspects, Blood Draws & the U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court just published its opinion in the matter of Mitchell v. Wisconsin.

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PA Governor Signs Law to Protect Regional DUI Checkpoints

Most Pennsylvanians are familiar with the seemingly ever-present DUI checkpoint.

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DUI Arrests Over the Holidays: How Officers Look for DUI

According to the Pennsylvania State Police, they arrested 396 people for driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol over the Easter and Passover holiday weekend, spanning from April 19 to April 21, 2019.

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