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  • COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Pandemic and Obtaining Necessary Legal Services
    COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Pandemic and Obtaining Necessary Legal Services

    “Stay-at-Home” Orders from every sector of the government have added a layer of need for legal clients. We have ways to assist and get you into Court. There is no doubt that over a ten-week period ...

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  • Custody and Dealing Civilly with the Holidays
    Custody and Dealing Civilly with the Holidays

    In most instances, those couples that are newly divorced or going through separation are having difficulties with parenting as well. Here are a few tips for dealing properly with one another without ...

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  • Determinations of Child Abuse- Founded, Indicated or Unfounded
    Determinations of Child Abuse- Founded, Indicated or Unfounded

    Local children and youth agencies in the Commonwealth are also entrusted with the responsibility for investigating allegations of child abuse, and determining whether reports are "founded," ...

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  • Same Sex Marriage is
    Same Sex Marriage is "Marriage"

    The implications of the Whitewood/Obergefell decisions have been widespread, yet some issues still remain unresolved. In Whitewood , the U.S. Middle District Court ruled that the statutory ban on ...

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  • Pennsylvania's New Child Protection Law and Its Interplay with Custody
    Pennsylvania's New Child Protection Law and Its Interplay with Custody

    A few changes in 2013 and 2014 to the Child Protective Services Law ("CPSL") have two major changes involving child custody. The newly-enacted law focused on enhancing child protection emerged after ...

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  • Child-Counselor Privilege Does Not Exclude Testimony in Expungement Proceedings
    Child-Counselor Privilege Does Not Exclude Testimony in Expungement Proceedings

    Normally privileged conversations between a counselor and a child are not excluded from testimony at a child abuse expungement hearing . Typically, any communications that a person, including kids, ...

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