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The Importance of Your Treating Physician’s Testimony in Your Disability Case in Pennsylvania

Going through the process of seeking Social Security disability benefits can seem hopelessly overwhelming. With so many forms and supporting documents and other requirements, it may seem like an impossible hill to climb. The reality is, though, that your case … Continue reading

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How Much Alimony Will I Have to Pay in My Pennsylvania Divorce?

To be sure, most legal aspects of divorce are confusing and unpleasant to those going through them. But unlike the issue of property distribution, where a couple splits their property amongst each other through the process of equitable distribution, the … Continue reading

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Collaborative Law – Another Option for Divorce in Pennsylvania

Years of effort led by the Pennsylvania Collaborative Law community paid off on June 28, 2018, when Governor Wolf signed into law the Pennsylvania Collaborative Law Act.  The new law creates a uniform standard of procedure and practice in Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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LexisNexis Practice Guide: Pennsylvania Civil Trial Practice, by Honorable Daniel J. Anders, General Editor (Author) , Bobby Ochoa, III, Esquire, Associate Editor (Author), 2018 Edition

  LexisNexis Practice Guide: Pennsylvania Civil Trial Practice provides in-depth practical guidance on Pennsylvania law and procedure with step-by-step guidance essential to effectively managing each step of the trial process in a civil lawsuit. Each chapter in the Practice Guide … Continue reading

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Getting Divorced? Check Out These Pennsylvania Divorce Myths.

If you have just started your divorce journey, you’re likely gathering information. Independent research and advice from family and friends can be useful at this time. However, hearsay can create false knowledge, which doesn’t help anyone. At our firm, we … Continue reading

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