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By Angela M. Ward, Attorney Not everyone likes to think about death, but it is important to think about what will happen to your estate when you’re gone. More than half of Americans don’t have a will. If you are one of them, the state will decide what happens to
Grandparents Rights in PA Custody Law
By Robert M. Going, Attorney If you are a Lancaster County grandparent, chances are you play some role in the life of your grandchild. For many grandparents, however, especially those affected by the opioid crisis, that role is a big one. Ten percent of children in the United States live
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By Dennis L. Plank, Attorney Are you living in Lancaster County and struggling with debt? Maybe you dug yourself into a financial hole with bad spending habits. Or maybe life threw you a curve, like job loss or unexpected medical bills. It’s possible you can improve your situation by giving
By Robert M. Going, Attorney Lancaster County couples who file for divorce face many decisions. When they have minor children, the most important decisions concern custody. How will they share parenting responsibilities? How much time will the child spend with each parent? Working out a custody agreement that is best
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By Dennis L. Plank, Attorney When you suffer a personal injury, you have many concerns. Will you make a full recovery? How will you pay your medical bills? What will happen if you can’t return to work? If you’ve suffered an injury in Lancaster County due to the negligence of
By Angela Ward, Attorney Pennsylvania homeowners spent more than $8 billion on home improvements in 2018, with more than $9 billion in spending projected for 2019. If you’re a Lancaster County homeowner, chances are you’ve spent hundreds or thousands on a home improvement project in the past or you will
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By Dennis L. Plank, Attorney If you live in Lancaster County and become disabled, you have options. You may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance, a monthly benefit paid to you and your family if you are no longer able to work. The Social Security Administration maintains the SSD
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By Robert M. Going, Attorney Divorce is never easy, particularly when children are involved. In cases of divorce, Pennsylvania courts consider a number of factors when awarding child custody, all revolving around what is in the best interest of the child. If you are divorcing and you have minor children,
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By Angela M. Ward, Attorney Starting a new venture can be exciting. Whether you’re creating a new private club, association, business, partnership, or nonprofit, you want to ensure that your organization thrives. In Pennsylvania, many laws govern the creation, regulation, and taxation of each type of entity. To avoid unpleasant surprises
By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney Divorce is always stressful, and when debt is involved, the process of splitting up assets and money owed can be especially tense. It’s important to know that every state differs in the way they handle the process of dividing marital property, assets, and debt.

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