Happy New Year! It's time to look ahead to a new year with all of the new challenges and opportunities it brings. It's also a time to think back about the year that was and how we've changed over the last 365 days.
With Thanksgiving now in the rearview mirror, everyone's attention turns to the Christmas and New Year's celebrations that will take place over the next several weeks. The holiday season is a time to get together with family and friends and celebrate another year. It's also okay to cut loose a little bit and let your hair down.
We use all sorts of consumer products – cars, appliances, tools – every day. If one of these products malfunctions and causes a serious injury, however, it is important to know what to do next to protect your rights for getting the compensation that you deserve for your injuries.
People who are struggling with out-of-control debts often put off filing for bankruptcy for a number of reasons. One of the main reasons is the belief that they will lose everything to their creditors.
Determining child custody and visitation is typically one of the most contentious, emotional parts of any divorce. No parent wants to give up having their child spend every night under their roof. Because of the raw feelings surrounding the divorce, parents also typically do not want to give their ex the satisfaction of getting to spend more time with the children.
Almost no one likes to think about estate planning, and why should they? Who wants to think about the end of their life, or what they want to do if they cannot speak for themselves? This is one of the reasons why so many people put off estate planning. Others think they have plenty of time, and that they will get around to it in the future.
With Fourth of July celebrations behind us, motorcyclists here in Erie and throughout Northwest Pennsylvania and the surrounding region are turning their attention toward the premier motorcycle event of the year: the Roar on the Shore.
A common question that people who are struggling with debt ask our lawyers is if a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a better fit.