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Privacy and Warrant Requirements in the Digital Age
Privacy and Warrant Requirements in the Digital Age

A recent article described the challenges courts are facing when interpreting whether the constitutional protections of privacy extend to certain technologies. There are several cases in which the U.S. Supreme Court may decide to review that involve whether a cell phone may ...

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Blog Posts in 2013

  • In Pennsylvania what are the Grounds for Divorce?

    Pennsylvania has both “fault” grounds for divorce and “no fault” grounds for divorce. In either case, the spouse initiating the divorce must file a ...

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  • Do I need an attorney for ARD or other first time offender program

    Many people who take advantage of our free initial consultation ask, either directly or indirectly, whether it is necessary to have an attorney for a ...

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  • Do I have to Change Beneficiaries After a Divorce Decree or Marriage Settlement Agreement that Decides on Ownership of Accounts, Insurance Proceeds, Etc.

    When a marriage is being dissolved, the myriad of questions which must be determined include ownership or beneficiary status on things like retirement ...

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  • Pennsylvania Changes Child Custody Laws

    On September 3, 2013, Pennsylvania instituted new rules of procedure which will affect not only new custody cases, but pending custody cases as well. ...

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  • Grandparent Child Custody Rights

    Grandparents’ rights to visitation and child custody are governed by whether they have standing under Sections 5324 and 5325 of Title 23. If a court ...

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  • How do I Probate an Estate in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

    In Pennsylvania, if a person dies with a last will and testament the filing of the will and the appointment of an Executor is called probate. If a ...

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  • 10 Things You Should Do During Divorce Litigation

    A recent article published on Yahoo.com suggested seven things you should consider doing during a Divorce, and specifically, during Divorce ...

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  • A Review of the Pennsylvania Rule 600 - A right to a Speedy Trial

    Speedy Trial: When Can I get my Case Dismissed? Rule 600 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure was recently amended. This rule codified the ...

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  • Contempt Petitions and Custody Modification

    The Pennsylvania Superior Court, in the recent case of G.A. v. D.L., 2013 Pa. Super. 168, filed July 3, 2013, decided the question of whether or not ...

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