Monthly Archives: December 2022
What If I’m Divorcing And My Business Value Has Changed?
If you are a business owner who is getting divorced, you may be wondering how division of assets will be handled when it comes to your business. Of course, it is possible your business was worth a lot more (or less) in prior years, and the valuation at the time of your divorce may… Read More »
Most Slip And Fall Cases Are Due To Wet Floors
When you look at comics or watch cartoons, falls happen due to banana peels and skateboards. But in reality, wet floors are the most common way that people find themselves involved in a slip and fall injury claim. Slippery surfaces can result in high medical expenses, whether a floor was not cleaned properly or… Read More »
What If I Believe My Spouse Should Pay My Attorney Fees?
Talking to friends and family who have gone through divorce, you have likely heard not only about the emotional toll but the expense. It is a reality that the financial cost of divorce can be high. After all, there are the legal expenses, but there are also the fees of setting up a new… Read More »
Qualifying For An Uncontested Or Mutual Consent Divorce
Sometimes referred to as a mutual consent divorce, an uncontested divorce is possible when both people are able to agree to divorce terms they mutually create. Each state has its own rules about uncontested divorce. To learn about what options you have available if you are moving toward a divorce in Pennsylvania, connect with… Read More »
PA And NJ Lane Change Accidents
Unexpected, illegal lane changes can lead to accidents in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and around the country. If you drive on a regular basis, you likely notice irresponsible lane changes all the time. Either from another driver moving into your lane suddenly, without a proper signal or allowing you the time and space to safely… Read More »
Pennsylvania Distracted Driving Laws
Distracted driving laws exist in Pennsylvania, but some argue that the laws should include more about mobile device use. Because while there is a ban on texting while driving in place in Pennsylvania, drivers are still able to legally engage with devices. For example, a driver can legally have a conversation on their cell… Read More »