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Divorce In The State Of Pennsylvania

When a married couple residing in Pennsylvania wishes to legally divorce, it’s important to understand the unique aspects of the law that may differ from Read More

DUIs In The State Of Pennsylvania

Under Pennsylvania’s DUI law, there are many different circumstances that can result in a DUI charge. However, they are basically divided into two types: DUI Read More

How Casey Johnson-Welsh Applies Psychology Training to Her Practice of PA Family Law

Casey Johnson-Welsh has a unique career background for a family law attorney. Prior to practicing law, Casey spent five years as a caseworker with the Read More

Child Support Guidelines In Pennsylvania

The laws governing child support are different from state to state. If you are a divorced parent living in Pennsylvania, it’s important to understand Pennsylvania’s Read More

Choosing A Pennsylvania Juvenile Defense Lawyer

Even for an adult, entering the justice system as a defendant can be terrifying, confusing, and frustrating. When a child under the age of 18 Read More

Pennsylvania Mandatory Ignition Interlock Law For First Time DUI Offenders

In August 2018, Pennsylvania lawmakers passed into law mandatory ignition interlock device requirements for first time DUI offenders. Essentially, the law is this: persons who Read More

The Dangers of Using a Non-Commercial GPS Device in a Commercial Motor Vehicle

Why Shouldn’t Commercial Truck Drivers Use Car GPS Devices Imagine this scene. You’re walking along a beach boardwalk and see a tractor trailer driving toward Read More

Adultery Laws In Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, adultery is recognized as a fault ground for divorce. What this means is that the cheating spouse is at fault, due to his Read More

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