You get what you pay for: Why our initial consultation is worth every penny

“You get what you pay for: Why our initial consultation is worth every penny” By: Lawrence C Welsh, Esquire Have you ever heard the phrase: “you get what you pay for” Some local family law firms offer free consultations, and you may be tempted to schedule an appointment with a family law

Child Abuse or Abuse of the System?

Child Abuse or Abuse of the System By: Gregory P LaMonaca, Esquire In Pennsylvania, many laws have been enacted to protect the safety and welfare of children The Child Protective Services Law (CPSL), 23 Pa CSA Section 6301 et seq, was designed to protect the interest of children and to

Technology as a Tool for Co-Parenting

Technology as a Tool for Co-Parenting By: Alicia Fastman, Esquire Communication is extremely important when parents are separating or divorcing to ensure that the children are not negatively impacted by the conflict between the parties Parents have a multitude of tools at their disposal based

Easter Reflections

So here we are on the Saturday before Easter Easter is a time for “New Beginnings” A time to begin anew and to be born again Coincidentally it falls on the last day of the first quarter of the year For me, it is a time of both reflection and thanks Thanks for all of the blessings in my life,