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Why You Need a Bucks County Divorce Attorney

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

When a person is filing for a divorce, one of the things they are thinking about is their financial situation. They may even wonder if they can afford a lawyer, particularly if there are multiple properties to divide or spousal support and child support that will need to be paid. Sometimes just the thought… Read More »

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Personal Injury Compensation and Medicare

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

A federal health insurance program, Medicare exists to cover the medical expenses of individuals 65 or older and certain individuals who are younger and live with disabilities. Like anyone else who suffers accident injuries through the fault of someone else, a Medicare recipient can file a personal injury claim. But, there are differences when… Read More »

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Co-Parenting Agreement Tips

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

An individual going through a divorce may be ready to sever their connections with their spouse, but if there are children involved the parenting connection will remain. There are ways to make co-parenting agreements work but cooperation is necessary. Typically, a parenting agreement will outlive the technicalities, including schedules and timelines. Discuss your expectations… Read More »

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How to Recognize Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

For many, it is easier to identify signs of nursing home abuse than it is to discover nursing home neglect. Unfortunately, neglect can be easier for a nursing home to hide. For example, if the staff of a nursing home knows when family members are visiting, they may treat nursing home residents differently than… Read More »

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Should You Accept a Personal Injury Settlement?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

It is common for personal injury cases to end with a settlement, often before the dispute is in court. The settlement offer comes typically comes from the insurance company of the liable party or, in some instances, from the liable party themselves. It can be tempting to accept a settlement. After all, it can… Read More »

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Understanding Divorce Mediation

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

During a divorce, many spouses find themselves exhausted from the emotional and financial toll of the process. Continuing this process through a court procedure may not be the best solution for everyone. In some instances, the best path to settle a divorce is to opt for divorce mediation. To determine what is best for… Read More »

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