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Does the Duration of My Marriage Affect Alimony?

May 19, 2020

During divorce, the subject of alimony will likely become a part of your conversation with your soon-to-be ex-spouse. The lower-earning spouse, or the spouse with lower earning potential, may be paid alimony as part of the divorce decree. Please remember that alimony is not an entitlement in the state of Pennsylvania. The court has the right to award alimony or waive alimony rights in the final divorce decree,  » Read More

How Can I Manage My Emotions During the Divorce Process?

May 8, 2020

The divorce process can be amicable, highly contentious, or somewhere in between. Failing to follow through with procedures and constant arguing makes things more difficult, but it can be hard to keep one’s emotions at ease. Looking at things from a logical, objective standpoint can be helpful for divorcing couples.

Separating Emotions from Facts

Even after the decision to divorce has been made,  » Read More

Tips for Choosing the Right Face Protection Gear

May 7, 2020

Work-related eye injuries are more common than you might imagine. In fact, more than 2,000 people injure their eyes at work every day in the United States. When airborne, a spark or piece of metal or glass smaller than a pin head can lacerate or puncture the eye, potentially causing permanent damage. However, eye and face protection can prevent up to 90 percent of eye injuries that occur on the job.  » Read More

What Should I Know About Vehicle Fires?

April 23, 2020

Vehicle fires are some of the most dangerous situations that drivers can encounter. In the United States, there are over 170,000 vehicle fires annually, many of which end in fatalities. Nearly seven people die every week from a vehicle fire, and the majority of fires occur in passenger cars and trucks. Non-fatal accidents result in 1,300 injuries every year.  » Read More

How Do Vehicle Fires Start?

How Can I Avoid a Traumatic Divorce for My Children?

April 21, 2020

Divorce is not easy on any family member, especially children who now must split their time between parents that live in two different places. However, a divorce does not have to be traumatic for the children. There are ways to properly transition into your new life after divorce that can be peaceful and healthy.

Maintain a Routine

Children thrive when life is stable and predictable.  » Read More