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Providing for Our Pets – In Sickness and in Health

On February 20th, pet lovers everywhere will observe National Love Your Pet Day.  This day is set aside to give extra attention to and pamper your pets.  It is also a good day to focus on the special relationship that [...Read More]

The month after…

As published in the January/February 2018 edition of Woman Newspapers. The thought of separation or divorce can be both difficult and frightening. What will happen to the house? Who will be responsible for paying the bills? How will I pay my credit [...Read More]

Tax Act and Jobs Act – Its Impact on Child and Spousal Support

As part of our ongoing commentary on the impact of the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (hereinafter the Act) which will take effect beginning in the 2018 tax year, this article will continue to review some of the [...Read More]

Bankruptcy & Retirement Assets

Are my retirement assets protected in bankruptcy? As many of our firm’s regular readers know, we have a continuing blog series on commonly asked questions in bankruptcy.  Now that we are beginning a new year, many of you may be [...Read More]

Elimination of Personal Exemption in 2018

As many of you may have seen, last week’s article highlighted some of the changes we expect with the new federal tax laws that take effect in 2018 and future years.  While these changes will likely impact everyone in some [...Read More]

A new year – a new federal tax law!

While the majority of the provisions have no impact on your 2017 income tax returns, several things do require your immediate attention. The Medical Expense Deduction was threatened but was saved!  In fact, for 2017 and 2018 tax years, the [...Read More]

The Perils of Social Media in a Family Law Dispute

Almost all of us, including my 81 year old mother, use some form of social media whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or the like. The ease with which people share information on social media can have many drawbacks in [...Read More]

Holiday Debts: Too Big to Handle?

Just as you might pack on a few extra pounds over the holidays, you might pack on some extra debt, too.  Diet and exercise might help you with those extra pounds, but what do you do when your holiday debts [...Read More]

Protection From Abuse (PFA) orders

Protection From Abuse (PFA) orders are not to be taken lightly and must be complied with to the letter.  The orders are to be read strictly and essentially mean what they say.  This fact should be obvious and  the Pennsylvania [...Read More]

Melissa L. Van Eck Installed as President of the Dauphin County Council of Republican Women

Melissa Van Eck was recently elevated from her position as Second Vice President, to President of the Dauphin County Council of Women (DCCRW) at their annual officer installation holiday dinner on December 7th. From the team at Daley Zucker, we’d [...Read More]