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Child Support in PA

PRACTICE AREA Child Support in PA PRACTICE AREA DETAILS Date 11 Dec 2016 Category Family Law ABOUT THIS PRACTICE AREA UNDERSTANDING CHILD SUPPORT Child support should be addressed in any divorce proceeding involving a custody dispute. At Fenters Ward we encourage our clients to resolve these issues by mutual agreement and without the costs and …

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Marital Property / Equitable Distribution

PRACTICE AREA Marital Property / Equitable Distribution PRACTICE AREA DETAILS Date 11 Dec 2016 Category Family Law ABOUT THIS PRACTICE AREA UNDERSTANDING MARITAL PROPERTY AND EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION IN PITTSBURGH As with alimony and custody disputes, the division of property can be a disputed issue in a divorce. Pennsylvania is an community property state, which means …

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Pittsburgh Divorce Attorneys – Call for a Free Consultation

PRACTICE AREA Pittsburgh Divorce Attorneys – Call for a Free Consultation Brian J. Fenters, Esq. is a highly reputable and experienced Pittsburgh Family Law Attorney. He is a native of Pittsburgh and attended Allegheny College, where he graduated with honors. Brian received his juris doctorate from Duquesne University School of Law. Brian and his legal …

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How Long Will It Take To Settle My Personal Injury Claim In Pittsburgh, PA?

Settling A Personal Injury Claim In Pittsburgh, PA Might Be A Longer Process Than You Think Pittsburgh, PA personal injury claims don’t get settled overnight. In fact, the process can drag on for several months. This is why it is crucial that you hire a Pittsburgh, PA personal injury attorney who can fight for you …

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Pennsylvania applies Birchfield v. North Dakota

Ultimately, the Superior Court held that “since Birchfield held that a state may not ‘impose criminal penalties on the refusal to submit to [a warrantless blood] test,” the police officer’s advisory to [Evans] was partially inaccurate.’ Therefore, the Court held that it ‘must vacate the [Defendant’s] judgment of sentence, vacate the suppression court’s order, and remand the case to the trial court to ‘reevaluate [Evan’s] consent based on the totality of the circumstances.'”

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