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5 Ways to Hurt Your Divorce with Social Media

“It’s better to be safe than sorry,” the adage goes. It’s especially true when it comes to legal issues like divorce – particularly in contentious cases.  Studies over the past 5 years have tied social media to divorce as one of the leading causes. In 2012, a survey by Divorce-Online UK showed that Facebook was… more

Two of the Biggest Myths About Wills and Dying Without One

If you’re putting off writing that will, think again. According to surveys, about 55% of American adults do not have an estate plan in place – and those numbers are an average. If you separate out minority groups, the number of adults without wills is much higher in several minority groups. While there are many… more

What Nelson Mandela’s Will Teaches Us About Estate Planning

The will of former South African president Nelson Mandela was unveiled this past Monday after being read aloud to family and friends. The division of his estate was as expected, although many were surprised to hear that Mandela’s ex-wife Winnie was left out of the will entirely. Mandela’s widow, Graça Machel is up to inherit half of… more

College Disciplinary Proceedings and Due Process

Your son or daughter is at a great school and doing well in all his or her courses. You’ve paid the tuition and the room and board, or financial aid is in place to get you through the college years. Everything seems to be going well until one night when your child and a few… more

Update to “Another One Rides The Bus”

Back in a prior blog article, we wrote about a recent local court decision obtained by our office on behalf of a client enjoining the Manheim Township School District from refusing to bus a Middle School student from both his mother’s and his father’s homes in a situation where both parents live in the district,… more

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