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Act 79 -Provides greater security for victims of abuse in Pennsylvania

On October 12, 2018, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolfe signed in to law Act 79 which amends Pennsylvania’s Protection from Abuse Act (23 Pa.C.S.A. 6107). The changes modify some of the provisions that deal with the possession of guns and firearm [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Trump’s Tax Reform Bill and Its Impact on You

Tax Planning: Trump’s Tax Reform Bill and Its Impact on You Individual Tax Rates Standard vs. Itemized Deductions Charitable Donation Deduction Increase Other Impacts of Trump’s Tax Reform When: Tuesday, October 30, 2018, at 5:30 pm Where: 635 n. 12th [...Read More]

Answers to Your Frequently Asked Bankruptcy Questions

Q: Will I lose my house? A: Generally speaking, no.  Most bankruptcies involve the use of substantial exemptions provided by State and Federal law, so it is unlikely that you will lose your house, unless you do so voluntarily.  For [...Read More]

Custody Schedules During the Holidays

As some of the major holidays are approaching, now is an excellent time to locate and dust off your custody order and read through it, especially those paragraphs that discuss Trick-or-Treat, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza and/or New Years. If the [...Read More]

Providing for Your Personal Property

When thinking about your estate planning, you should also consider where you want your personal property to go.  Many of us have a unique property that might require special consideration or even proactive planning before our death.   Rare collectibles, family [...Read More]

Free Seminar: Protecting Your Pets & Other Unique Assets

Worried about providing for your “animal” family? Who gets great grandma’s china? Is that painting on your wall really worth anything? How do you divide up your “stuff” in the house? These and other “unique” assets will be discussed. When: [...Read More]

Parenting Coordination – What is it and how does it work?

On August 9, 2018, The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania entered an order which authorizes the use of a Parenting Coordinator in custody cases involving repeated or intractable conflict between parties. The Rule provides that a Parenting Coordinator may be used [...Read More]

Sandra L. Meilton – Best Lawyers in America Selection

Daley Zucker Meilton & Miner, LLC, proudly congratulates Sandra L. Meilton on her selection to The Best Lawyers in America for her work in Family Law and Family Law Mediation along with being recognized as one of the 2019 “Lawyer of [...Read More]

National Grief Awareness Day on August 30th

August 30th is National Grief Awareness Day. Grief is not only managing the feelings of a loss of a loved one or close friend but also enduring an extreme change in lifestyle. Family law litigation, including divorce, custody and support [...Read More]

Bankruptcy and The Elderly – Again

Since my last blog on Bankruptcy and the Elderly in 2014, the problem has actually become worse. Recently, the New York Times had an article entitled “Too Little Too Late:  Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans.”   See New York Times, August [...Read More]