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How can I avoid probate in Pennsylvania?

After someone dies, that person’s belongings, or “estate,” go through probate. This is the …

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When do I need to take a legal issue to my local zoning board in Pennsylvania?

There are plenty of reasons you might argue your case to a zoning board somewhere in the commonwealth, but they …

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How do I choose a defense attorney for a sex crime charge in Pennsylvania?

If you or someone you love ever stands accused of a sex crime, it is critical that you find a strong, reliable …

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How Do I Decide Whether To Go To Trial For A Criminal Case In Pennsylvania?

The decision whether to go to trial for a criminal case isn’t always based on innocence. That may be a …

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What Can A Company Do If Someone Steals Its Idea Or Trade Secret In Pennsylvania?

Because not all ideas are protected, the first thing you should do is consult with a lawyer and evaluate whether …

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What Do I Do If I Am Investigated For A Sex Crime In Pennsylvania?

Anyone investigated for a sex crime in Pennsylvania should contact an experienced lawyer immediately. In fact, you …

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How Do You Defend Yourself Against Computer-Related Criminal Charges In Pennsylvania?

Number one: You don’t defend yourself. These are extraordinarily serious charges that can change the course …

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What Can I Do If I Have A Legal Dispute With My Business Partner In Pennsylvania?

Disputes among business owners are commonplace. The stakes are high when relationships between business partners …

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Can I keep my retirement assets during my Pennsylvania divorce?

The short answer is, “it depends.” Retirement assets earned before marriage are typically considered …

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When is it simple possession vs. possession with intent to deliver in Pennsylvania?

Whether or not you will be charged with simple possession or possession with intent to deliver largely depends on …

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Do I need an attorney for a DUI in Pennsylvania?

Many people who are arrested for drunk driving hesitate to call a lawyer. They worry about the expense. Or they …

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How long will I lose my license after a DUI in Pennsylvania?

If you plead guilty to a first-offense DUI in Pennsylvania, you are subject to loss of license for one year. You …

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What should I do if I’m considering a divorce in Pennsylvania?

When most people get married, they believe their relationship will last forever. However, not all marriages are …

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Can I move and maintain custody after a Pennsylvania divorce?

When a family moves, it can be difficult, especially for the children. There will be new schools and friends, and …

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Do I Need A Lawyer After A Tractor-Trailer Collision In Pennsylvania?

Due to their size, weight and the force involved, any collision involving a truck is likely to result in …

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Do I Have a Pennsylvania Medical Malpractice Case?

It is a common misperception that a bad outcome is evidence on its own that negligence or medical malpractice …

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What Should I Do After A Trucking Accident In Pennsylvania?

Trucking accidents often cause substantial and catastrophic injuries. Accident victims and their families …

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What are the penalties for marijuana possession in Pennsylvania?

Marijuana is categorized as a Schedule I drug under the Pennsylvania Drug Device and Cosmetic Act, meaning that it …

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What is the Difference Between a Will and a Trust in Pennsylvania?

Everybody needs a will. A will is a legal document that determines what happens to your property and possessions …

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How Do I Get Custody of My Child in Pennsylvania?

There may be no divorce issue that is more important, or more emotional, than child custody.In Pennsylvania, child …

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Do I Need A Lawyer For Adoption In Pennsylvania?

Some websites will tell you that there are two ways to adopt, through an attorney and through an agency. However, …

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How does Pennsylvania law protect my child from school bullying?

How we define the act of bullying in a school setting has changed greatly in the past 30 years, as have the tools …

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What is the Difference Between Felony and Misdemeanor Drug Possession in Pennsylvania?

One of the most misunderstood aspects of Pennsylvania criminal law is the difference between felony level and …

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What is Pennsylvania Law Concerning Expungement and Limited Access to Criminal Records?

A clean record is important in the modern world, where criminal background checks are more common than ever. …

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What are the Penalties for DUI in Pennsylvania?

In 2004, Pennsylvania completely revamped its DUI laws, at the same time that it lowered the BAC (blood alcohol …

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