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Special Provisions In Parenting Agreements

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

It is important for parents to remember they can design a parenting agreement that meets the needs of their own family. While it may be helpful to learn about what other co-parents have agreed upon, the reality is the parenting plan should be fashioned with your priorities in mind. This means educational guidelines, religion… Read More »

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Compensation for Burns Sustained in Pennsylvania Car Fires

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Burn injuries can be extremely painful and lead to lifelong health issues. When fires are prompted by a car accident, the path to recovery can be emotional and demanding. Unfortunately, burn injuries are not rare. In one year, the American Burn Association recorded over 480,000 individuals receiving medical attention for burns in the U.S…. Read More »

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Social Media Accounts and Divorce

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

For many people social media is part of their daily life. Individuals use the platforms to communicate with co-workers, friends, and family. It is also used to follow celebrities and brands, learn about upcoming events, and check the local and global news. Because people are so used to using their social media accounts and… Read More »

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Symptoms of Car Accident PTSD

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Car crashes can be incredibly traumatic. When a person sustains physical injuries, it is common for them to focus on treating those visible injuries. After all, fractures, cuts, and strains need to be attended to immediately to heal properly. But emotional injuries can impact an individual’s daily life, and there are times when emotional… Read More »

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How to Help a Teen When Parents Are Divorcing

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Divorce is not easy. It is difficult for everyone, including young children and teenagers. A divorce can create a situation where children have to learn how to live in a new way. It can completely disrupt their day-to-day lives. If you are a parent of teenagers and are moving forward with a divorce, discuss… Read More »

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Car Accidents and Already Damaged Vehicles

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

After a car collision, it is common for an insurance company to cover the expenses involved to repair damage. This, of course, assumes the damages were incurred in the accident. If a car has damages that existed prior to the collision, the claim can become more complex. In these situations, an insurance adjuster will… Read More »

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Am I In a Common Law Marriage?

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

Some couples decide to stay together for years or decades without marrying. In some states, a couple can decide to participate in a common law marriage, a union without a marriage license or ceremony. It is important to know this is not possible in every state. There are states that allow common law marriage,… Read More »

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Delayed Onset Car Crash Injuries

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

There are times when injuries do not appear immediately after a car collision. Delayed onset injuries can go unnoticed because the symptoms are slow to appear. One severe type of delayed injury is a traumatic brain injury, but this is only one example of an injury that does not always show up right away…. Read More »

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Emergency Room Visits Due to Thanksgiving Injuries

By Kardos, Rickles & Hand |

When people gather for Thanksgiving, they do so for conversation, memories, and a good meal. Unfortunately, people end up in the emergency room with injuries connected to Thanksgiving celebrations every year. Plus, emergency rooms are not always free of harm. A misdiagnosis or an untrained worker administering the wrong medicine can do more harm… Read More »

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What Should I Put In a Prenuptial Agreement?

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A prenuptial or premarital agreement is a contract. A couple who is planning to marry or join through another type of union agrees to a written contract, a legal document that should be assessed by an experienced attorney before an individual is willing to sign. After all, it is necessary to protect you and… Read More »

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