Collaborative Law: The Nuts and Bolts

What is Collaborative Law? Collaborative law is a voluntary process that parties enter into which allows them to settle their disputes without court intervention. The collaborative process is unique in that it is interdisciplinary.  The parties must each be represented [...Read More]

Summer Vacations and Child Custody

School is finally out and it is time to take the kids on vacation!  Should be fairly simple to plan and accomplish, right?  Well, if you are separated or divorced, summer vacation with the kids may not be as easy, [...Read More]

DaleyZucker Welcomes Attorney Karen W. Miller

DaleyZucker is pleased to welcome Karen W. Miller to the firm. Karen concentrates her practice in Family Law and Collaborative Law, assisting clients in solving sensitive problems with an approach that is individually tailored to place the interests of the [...Read More]

National Doughnut Day

The first Friday of June is annually celebrated as National Doughnut Day in the United States. National Doughnut Day, however, is about more than just honoring those tasty treats. During WWI, the Salvation Army dispatched over 250 women (the “Lassies”) [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Planning for College – A Parent’s Guide

Community Outreach Seminar Series presents, free to the public, Planning for College – A Parent’s Guide. Discover resources for paying for college. Are Parent Plus loans a good idea? Who is responsible for payment? College Students are financially dependent on [...Read More]

The Perils of “Do-It-Yourself” (DIY) Bankruptcy

Continuing the theme of the perils of “Do-It-Yourself” legal documents, my subject for today is the risks associated with a “Do-It-Yourself” bankruptcy filing. While many bankruptcy filers have financial issues and regard legal fees as an obstacle to bankruptcy, this [...Read More]

National Rescue Dog Day

May 20th is National Rescue Dog Day and, in celebration, DaleyZucker is excited to announce its partnership with Homeward Bound Animal Rescue located in Mechanicsburg PA! About Homeward Bound Homeward Bound, founded in 2006, solely rescues pregnant dogs, or dogs [...Read More]

Things to do Before You Say I Do

Spring has finally arrived and with it comes prom, high school, and college graduations, planning for summer vacation and finalizing plans for long-awaited spring weddings. By this time most of the wedding plans have been completed. The venue and menu [...Read More]

New Custody Statutes for Grandparent Custody

On May 4, 2018, Governor Tom Wolf signed into law, amendments to the custody statute that clarify the situations where grandparents can file proceedings seeking partial custody and expanding the rights of third parties who can file custody proceedings. Prior to [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Grandparent Rights

Community Outreach Seminar Series presents, free to the public, Grandparent Rights. Learn the legal and physical custody factors, if grandparents have standing, and various other legal factors with regards to grandparent custody issues presented by Tina M Laudermilch and Susan [...Read More]