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STORMWATER FEES

For this month’s blog, I have decided to talk about stormwater fees.  As Solicitor for a number of other municipal clients, I have experienced the need of local governments to raise revenue to enable them to upgrade their stormwater infrastructure. [...Read More]

National Girls and Women in Sports Day

During the month of February, we celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day (February 6).  Having been a high school and college athlete, recognizing women in sports, both as players and coaches is something I value. Recently, I decided [...Read More]

Too Cold to Go Outside? Use the Cold to Your Advantage!

During the dreary winter months when you are not interested in going outside because it is freezing cold, sleeting and snowing, make use of the time to review your personal financial matters. Every winter is a great time to review [...Read More]

Dividing Marital Assets – Do I Need A Financial Advisor?

When dividing assets as part of a divorce, it is important to remember that even though financial accounts may appear to be fairly equal in dollar value, the nature of the investments may be very different and the financial consequences [...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]

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]

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]

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]

The Dangers of DIY Legal Documents

There’s a growing market for online legal documents and a large number of DIY legal forms available today; everything from DIY divorces, wills, and trusts to agreements for businesses.  With the wealth of DIY information and online templates available to [...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]