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Top 10 Tips for Child Custody Issues

January 9, 2018 By Melissa M. Boyd Child custody issues are some of the most difficult to deal with no matter the marital status of the parents. The High Swartz Domestic Relations team knows that every case is different, and the people involved in these cases may feel vulnerable and overwhelmed. Each of us has […]

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“The Grinch that Stole My Custody”

December 29, 2017 By Elizabeth C. Early An often unforeseen complication of separation or divorce is the highly emotional decision of who has custody of your children over the major holidays. It is natural to feel mixed emotions as you approach the holiday season: excitement over the holidays coupled with sadness and perhaps some resentment […]

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What the heck is a Confession of Judgment?

December 20, 2017 By Mark R. Fischer, Jr. If you have ever obtained a business loan or signed a commercial lease, you may have heard of the phrase, “confession of judgment.”  Even if you have heard that phrase, chances are you have no idea what it means.  And chances are you signed those loan or […]

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Pay Me Now… or Pay Me (Much More) Later!

December 12, 2017 By Eric G. Marttila When an employment relationship ends – whether by termination or resignation – employers must be aware of their obligation to pay any wages then due and owing, or be prepared to suffer the substantial consequences.  Under Pennsylvania’s Wage Payment and Collection Law (“WPCL”) 43 P.S. §260.1 et seq., […]

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When Unexpected Income Loss Strikes Home: What Are Your Options?

December 6, 2017 By Douglas Wayne Few people are adequately prepared for a sudden or unexpected loss of income due to no fault of their own.  The cause for the loss of income can take many forms.  Perhaps a negligent driver runs a stop sign and strikes your vehicle, leaving you in pain and unable […]

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A Primer on Impeachment in the United States According to the U.S. Constitution

November 21, 2017 By Joel D. Rosen Impeachment. It is a term that has been raised by political opponents, whether or not warranted, since the ratification of the Constitution, but seemingly with more frequency since the Nixon administration. Impeachment is now being raised in discussions regarding President Trump. But what do we know about the […]

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Residential Lease: More Than an Annoying Formality

November 1, 2017 Picture this: you’ve been scouring Craigslist for weeks trying to find the perfect house or apartment to rent.  You finally discover one that hits all of your criteria. You contact the landlord, tour the property, fill out the application, and you think you’re ready to go to enjoy your new digs.  But […]

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FAQs for Employers on Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Benefits

October 25, 2017 By Thomas E. Panzer Based upon the Pennsylvania Statewide Average Weekly Wage, the maximum compensation payable under the Workers’ Compensation Act, is $995 per week for injuries occurring on and after Jan. 1, 2017. As an employer, you have the responsibility to provide workers’ compensation coverage to your employees. You also have […]

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Workers’ Compensation in PA: Who Has Control Over the Work

October 11, 2017 By Thomas E. Panzer There is no bright line rule to determine the existence of an employer-employee relationship under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act; however, the Pennsylvania Courts have created guidelines and have established certain factors to take into consideration in answering the question. The primary factor in determining whether a particular […]

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Failure to pay Condo or HOA dues could lead to excessive penalty fees!

September 21, 2017 by Kevin Cornish Many individuals in Pennsylvania live in planned communities such as townhouses or condominiums.  Association dues and assessments, as well as possible penalties and fines, are regularly due from homeowners to the association.  If a homeowner fails to make payment, it could lead to liability far in excess of the […]

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Want a Judge instead of an Arbitrator?

September 6, 2017 by Donald Petrille, Jr. If you want your case heard by a Judge instead of an Arbitrator – Be sure to read those forms! The Superior Court of Pennsylvania recently decided the case of Fellerman v. PECO.  The case involved a homeowner who alleged a home inspector failed to find a rotting […]

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