car accidents

How does no-fault work in Pennsylvania?

When it comes to auto accidents, states are either tort states or no-fault states. Pennsylvania is a no-fault state. However, according to WalletHub, Pennsylvania is also a choice no-fault state, which makes the whole concept of fault more complex. Basic no-fault...

What basics should my estate plan cover?

Creating an estate plan for the first time can seem like a daunting task. There are so many things you can put into it that you may not know where to start. NerdWallet explains there are a few basics you should consider when creating an estate plan. However, what you...

What distinguishes a felony from a misdemeanor?

When you face criminal charges, the crime will have a classification. Classifications include misdemeanor or felony. A felony is a more serious classification. FindLaw explains some crimes could be a felony or a misdemeanor, and it will depend on the details of the...

Child support and income withholding limits

If you are in the early stages of getting a divorce, you could have a number of questions. For example, you might have uncertainty about what will happen to your assets, such as the family home, vehicles and items with sentimental value. If you have kids, you likely...

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