August 5, 2020
Attorney Rebecca Kolsky of Freedman & Lorry, P.C. was recently interviewed by KYW News Radio regarding the increase of divorce filings in Philadelphia during the current pandemic. Kolsky gives her legal perspective on the importance of hiring a divorce attorney and advises on filing for divorce as soon as possible due to the influx of cases. » Read More
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is responsible for ensuring food safety for all Americans. Meeting this obligation involves setting safety standards, such as controlling how food-source animals are fed and housed, the manner in which they are inspected and slaughtered, and how they are broken down, processed, and packaged.
The USDA is a vast system of 29 different agencies and employs around 100,000 employees. » Read More
July 30, 2020
Each year, boaters prepare their vessels for seasonal activities. This relies on the specific type, design, and age of the boat. Yet, there are fundamental tasks that apply and paying careful attention will protect the value and aesthetic of the boat and ensure that it is functioning safely. Salty air and extreme temperature changes over time can lead to the dry rot of hoses and other rubber parts. » Read More
July 21, 2020
Summer is upon us, school is out, and vacations are booked. It is time for visits to the beach, the pool, and the park. However, all drivers should ensure that their vehicles are ready to take on warm-weather adventures. High temperatures and extra miles can impact a vehicle’s performance. Do not let unexpected car trouble or a car accident interrupt any summer adventures. » Read More
July 14, 2020
For parents who are separating, child support remains an important topic to discuss and settle prior to the finalization of any divorce documents. However, parents with at least one special needs child will have to think about child support arrangements in different ways as considerations can vary widely and have a lifelong impact. » Read More
What is Child Support?
July 9, 2020
As summer temperatures climb, those who work outdoors risk being harmed by extreme heat. In reality, heat-related dangers exist in many workplaces all year. For that reason, employers and employees must be aware of the dangers and be knowledgeable about how to prevent heat injuries. Besides those who work outdoors, such as construction workers, farmers, and road crews, other individuals who work in hot environments are at risk. » Read More