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Personal injury accident leaves child hospitalized

While school is in full swing, many incoming high school students may already be over their freshman jitters. Certainly, they are deciding what clubs they will join, looking forward to homecoming and making new friends. For one Pennsylvania girl, her first weeks of high school were spent in a hospital following a personal injury accident that recently resulted in the arrest of a driver.

Man accused of DUI after 7-vehicle accident

Tragic accidents may leave people wondering why, and often the answer to that question is never found. When a Pennsylvania accident is believed to be the result of a DUI, it may seem all the more tragic because it was preventable. For a driver accused of this crime, the future may be uncertain. One man is now in such a situation after losing control of his vehicle.

Executor’s responsibilities for communicating with beneficiaries

If anyone ever asks you to be the executor of his or her estate in the DuBois area, it helps if you have a good understanding of the responsibilities that come with the position. It may seem like an honor to be an estate executor of a loved one’s estate. But if you are not good with managing your time, responsibilities, finances and other important responsibilities in your life, then you may want to opt out. 

Discussing plans for estate and probate law

The scenario plays out every day in Pennsylvania and across the country. People pass from this life without leaving behind plans for their estate. More tragic may be the families left to make their best guesses about the wishes of a loved one who has become ill or incapacitated. While creating an estate plan is important, some believe those plans are incomplete until the family has discussed them face to face. In fact, estate and probate law discussions may begin sooner than most people realize.

Family law attorney can assist with remarriage prenup

Given the statistics, it may seem inconceivable that so many divorced people in Pennsylvania and across the country marry a second or even third time. With each consecutive marriage, the odds of ending in divorce go higher, and some who remarry find themselves divorcing for the same reasons that ended their previous relationships. Nevertheless, family law advisors suggest some steps couples can take to improve their chances of staying together as well as protecting themselves if the marriage goes badly.

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