Why Your Lancaster County Business Needs an Experienced Business Attorney

By Angela M. Ward, Attorney As a business owner, you face many potential legal pitfalls, but with the help of a qualified attorney, many of them are avoidable. A business attorney can protect you by making sure you see the legal ramifications of your business decisions, helping you to draft sound bylaws, contracts, and agreements, and guiding you should a legal issue arise. If…

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Know How to Recognize and Fight Workplace Discrimination

By Angela Ward, Attorney If you work in Lancaster County, you are protected against discrimination by numerous state and federal labor laws, and for good reason. Unfair or unequal treatment in the workplace based on any number of personal characteristics, rather than individual merit, can be costly, both financially and emotionally. Discriminatory Behavior Can Harm You While some cases of discrimination are obvious, others…

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DUIs and ARDs in Lancaster County

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney When people are pulled over for Driving Under the Influence or DUI, their lives can change very quickly. In just a few moments an otherwise law-abiding citizen can face arrest, prosecution, fines, license suspension, state-mandated safety classes, probation, time in treatment centers, or even prison. Getting charged with a DUI can affect every part of life. In Pennsylvania,…

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The ABCs of Child Custody in Pennsylvania

By Robert M. Going, Attorney Working through child custody can be intimidating. You may be emotionally distressed, and you might be dealing with courts and legal systems for the first time in your life. To make things even more complex, many of the terms and legal language used during the process and proceedings can be hard to understand or easily misunderstood. That's why we're…

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Estate Planning for Baby Boomers

By Angela M. Ward, Attorney It is estimated that over half of Americans do not have an estate plan. Some will say that they haven't gotten around to it, while others may feel they don't need one. People think of an estate as a stately home on sprawling grounds owned by someone with great wealth. The truth is, if you have any kind of…

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Trapped in Custody Battle? Get 5 Tips for a Better Agreement.

By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney Unless you are one of the rare couples that are able to have a relaxed, conflict-free divorce, you've probably had to deal with some type of custody disagreement. And for some couples, that disagreement can escalate into a full-scale battle. After all, determining or revising a custody agreement can be incredibly stressful. Giving your spouse more time with…

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