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December 2017 Archives

Will 2018 be a busy year in family law?

According to reports, big changes are coming in the Internal Revenue Code in 2018. One of those changes could mean a busy year for those who work in family law here in Pennsylvania and throughout the country. That's because it appears that the final version of the new tax bill contains a provision that beginning Jan. 1, 2019, those who pay spousal support (alimony) will no longer get a tax break for making those payments.

You may need a family law attorney for more than just divorce

These days, it is difficult to have a friend or family member who has not been through a divorce. This may be the only area of family law with which you are familiar. However, family law encompasses far more than just divorce and the issues of property division and support that go along with it.

Man faces DUI and other charges after police chase

With today's tense political environment and the media coverage of violence and disharmony across the country, it may be understandable that ordinary citizens are sometimes reluctant to deal with police officers. This may also be a good reason for building a solid defense against criminal charges, even those resulting from a traffic stop. One young man encountered Pennsylvania police on a recent evening and is now facing DUI and other charges.

Revocable trusts are valuable but must be used properly

There are numerous ways in which to use estate planning to protect one's assets. For example, people in Pennsylvania use various trusts and other tools to avoid certain taxes or to protect an heir who has special needs or circumstances. However, trusts cannot always protect one's estate from legitimate creditors.

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