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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
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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
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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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By Dennis L Plank, Attorney While accidents happen, not all accidents warrant a legal response. However, some injuries are the result of careless or irresponsible behavior. When people, businesses, organizations, corporations, or government agencies do not take reasonable care to keep people safe and free from harm, they are legally
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By Robert M. Going, Family Law Attorney Deciding to file for divorce is not an easy decision, and the process is rarely straightforward. Even small oversights or seemingly minor decisions can backfire. Maybe that’s why, at the end of a divorce, so many people have discovered that they’ve made mistakes
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Most people know they have some rights at work, but it can be difficult determining which actions are legal and which actions could give your employer a legal cause to terminate your employment. While many employers understand and comply with labor laws, other employers regularly violate employment laws, knowingly or
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By Angela M. Ward, Attorney Lancaster County business is most efficient with sound contracts. Whether you are buying, selling, renting, merging, leasing, hiring, starting a new job, or starting a new partnership, a sound contract is at the heart of every important business transaction. While many Lancaster County business agreements
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 By Dennis Plank, Attorney If you’ve been struggling with a mountain of debt, you may be considering bankruptcy as one way to remedy your financial challenges. Bankruptcy is a good solution for many people in Lancaster County, but it is not right for everyone. Each person’s issues and needs vary,

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