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By Dennis Plank, Attorney Debt is a fact of life for many in Lancaster County, and perhaps for you, too. And sometimes that debt can become overwhelming. Maybe years of poor spending habits, mounting credit card balances and rising interest rates have finally caught up with you. Or perhaps a
15 Ways to Reduce Stress, Confusion, and Delays By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney Divorce proceedings in Pennsylvania can be stressful, complicated, and overwhelming. It’s hard to keep track of the details when so many life-changing events are happening all around you. That’s why it’s important to try to take
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 By Angela M. Ward Attorney A sound contract is at the heart of every business agreement in Lancaster County and beyond, whether you’re a buyer and seller, an employer and employee, a private club owner and member, or partners in a new venture. But while you may think a simple
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By Dennis Plank Attorney Debt can sneak up on you in a variety of ways. Some people don’t watch their spending carefully and wake up one day to find they’re buried in debt. Others take a lower paying job only to find they can no longer keep up with credit
By Robert M. Going, Jr. Attorney Many parents enter the child custody process with no prior experience. To make matters more complicated, the child custody stories we usually hear from friends and family are of situations that didn’t work, of couples who had problems reaching an agreement, or of a
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By Angela M. Ward Attorney It’s that time of year again. It’s time to take stock of 2018 and make resolutions for 2019. The approach of a new year is a great excuse to pay attention to that list of important tasks that you have been putting off. So as
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If you’re a grandparent who is concerned about the health, happiness, or safety of your grandchild, you may have asked yourself if there are legal options that will help you protect your grandchildren. The answer is yes. In recent years, laws have been changing in ways that grant grandparents an
estates-wills-Lancaster-County-Pennsylvania
People often oversimplify the process of creating a will. Some people think that the law automatically provides easy answers to the transfer of property, so why bother with a will? Others feel they don’t have enough property to create a will. A recent Gallup Poll reported that only 44 percent
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By Angela Ward, Attorney Consumer protection laws protect you from deceit by a home seller, home improvement contractor, building contractor, car salesperson or other business providing goods and services. The Pennsylvania Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (UTPCPL) and the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act provide consumers with protection from
workers-compensation-Lancaster-County-Pennsylvania
By Dennis Plank, Workers’ Compensation Attorney Whether you work in an office, a factory, or a construction site, in a warehouse, outdoors, or elsewhere, your employer is responsible under Pennsylvania Law for providing insurance benefits to compensate injured workers for lost wages and medical expenses under the terms of The Pennsylvania

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