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Child Support Litigators, Mediators in Allentown, PA

Eidelman & Associates has the expertise and knowledge of family law to help clients understand how the law applies to their circumstances and to guide them in taking the best steps forward.

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Wrongful Death Attorney in Pennsylvania

The first step to take when you lose someone due to another person’s actions or inactions is to find a wrongful death attorney in Pennsylvania to effectively evaluate the specifics of your case.

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Bankruptcy Attorney in Allentown PA

Debt can become a problem over time or suddenly, with the occurrence of a single event. Relying on credit cards as a method of payment for reoccurring purchases that you rely on is one of the easiest way to end up with overwhelming debt that you can’t find a way out of.

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Divorce In These Economic Times

Unfortunately, the optimistic outlook for lower unemployment and lesser mortgage foreclosures predicted for this year is not yet happening. The light at the end of the seemingly endless recession tunnel is not yet apparent.

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Grounds, Alone, are Not Enough

Prior to the Divorce Code of 1980, the only grounds available for divorcing couples were fault grounds. This presented difficulty for couples who both wanted a divorce without necessarily blaming one another. Proving fault was messy, unnecessary

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Does Gender of the Parents Control Their Custodial Rights?

Pennsylvania law does not, as yet, recognize gay marriage. Whether or not that will change at any time in the future does not appear to be under consideration as yet, despite some dramatic shifts in the position of various states regarding the recognition of legal marriage between same sex couples.

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Best Interest Of The Child, Defined

Custody litigation is the most emotional, timeconsuming and costly area of family law practice. Until recently, the Courts of Pennsylvania as well as the Courts in many other states, followed the standard in determining custody of “the best interest of the child.” But what was that?

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