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By Angela M. Ward, Attorney Workplace discrimination comes in many forms. It can show up in unfair hiring or layoffs, in salaries or promotions, and in work terms and conditions. Employers might discriminate for a variety of reasons, including sex, race, religion, age, and national origin. Fortunately, numerous federal laws
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By Robert M. Going Jr., Attorney When a couple decides to divorce, it’s easy for both parties to get caught up in the circumstances that ended their relationship, feelings of hurt and anger, and stress over the financial and emotional changes that come with life after divorce. What sometimes gets
By Robert M. Going, Attorney Driving while under the influence can change the life of a Lancaster County driver in an instant. Pennsylvania is not tolerant of DUI drivers and the associated penalties of a DUI charge are severe. Depending on the level of alcohol in their system, whether they
By Dennis Plank, Attorney Most people don’t go to work expecting to get hurt, but accidents happen. Over 172,000 workplace injuries and illnesses were reported in Pennsylvania in 2019. Although not all workplace injuries are serious, many keep workers from doing their jobs, resulting in lost wages and mounting medical
By Angela M. Ward, Attorney Expectant parents make many plans in the months before childbirth, from furnishing and decorating a nursery to buying clothes and gear for the new baby. They start budgeting for the extra expenses of an expanding family, and they may even start saving for education. Unfortunately,
By Angela M. Ward, Attorney No one wants to think about power of attorney, or a time where they may be physically or mentally unable to manage their own affairs. We’d like to think we will always be able to handle our finances or make wise decisions regarding our health.
By Dennis L. Plank, Attorney Lancaster County residents who are feeling crushed by job loss, unexpected expenses, or mounting bills may feel there is no way out of their financial troubles. But there are legal options for debt relief, and one of them is bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy is not
By Robert M. Going Jr., Attorney When a couple decides to get a divorce, one of the first things they can do is establish a custody agreement, even while they are living under the same roof. Divorce is particularly stressful for children, and having a custody agreement in place can
By Angela Ward, Attorney It happens more often than we would like to believe, and right here in Lancaster County. A contractor offers to pave a homeowner’s driveway at a good price with asphalt that he has left from another job, the homeowner wants to take advantage of this deal
By Robert M. Going, Jr., Attorney When we think of divorce, we often picture a nasty, expensive, adversarial affair where couples fight in court over everything from the custody of the children to the tiniest of possessions. But it doesn’t have to be that way. As a Lancaster divorce attorney,

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