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The Gun Control Debate

When people ask what America is all about, the answers that come back are as diverse as the population itself. Freedom, pride and compassion are but a few of the more positive traits that both patriots and critics of the country often enumerate. Standing behind these traits, however, is a document as important to the… more

When Hiring a Lawyer is the Right Choice

There are times in a person’s life where the need for a lawyer is self-evident. If a process server hands you a subpoena outlining the details of an impending lawsuit, for instance, there’s no question that you need legal representation. But most situations aren’t so cut and dried. Because hiring an attorney can be expensive,… more

Bankruptcy: How You Know When It’s the Right Choice

There are many factors that go into deciding whether or not to file bankruptcy. In a best case scenario, you’ll consult with a qualified financial expert before making the choice. To determine whether or not you’re even at that stage, however, you’ll need to take a careful look at your debt and examine what bankruptcy… more

When is Child Abuse Not a Crime?

You may be surprised to know that many cases of suspected child abuse are never prosecuted and maybe never even investigated by the police. A child welfare agency will often investigate abuse allegations and make a report, with minimal or no assistance from the police. If the agency suspects abuse, an “indicated” report gets filed… more

The Landlord-Tenant Act: A Work in Progress

Recent changes to the law involving a landlord’s obligations when an evicted or vacating tenant leaves personal possessions behind. One would have thought that as late as 2012, the Pennsylvania Landlord Tenant Act (found at Title 68 Pa Statutes, beginning at §250) would have covered what happens in the frequently occurring circumstance where a tenant… more

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