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Second Department Muddies the Religious Divorce Waters

LogoAs such, she was unable to remarry within the faith. In Cohen v. Cohen, the trial court withheld the husband's marital property share until he gave his wife a Get. He refused to do so. The Second Department overturned that portion of the divorce order, relying on Section 253 of the Domestic Relations Act. This provision states that a defendant in a divorce action is not required to remove all barriers to remarriage for the other party.

Tadross Law Booking New Clients in Need of a Tax Attorney This Summer Season and Beyond

Tax attorneys help businesses and individuals to find tax relief and negotiate with the IRS to resolve issues and create tax resolutions. As a reputable tax attorney who serves Philadelphia, Tadross Law is currently booking new clients in need of tax and financial services throughout the summer months and beyond.

Preparing for the Effects of a Hurricane

LogoFlorida managed to escape the damage of Hurricane Barry, but months remain before the end of hurricane season. Considering how unpredictable Mother Nature can be, homeowners should always be prepared beyond having canned goods, sufficient water, candles, and batteries in the event of a power failure.

Attorney Christopher E. Ezold Joins Firm as Partner

LogoWisler Pearlstine, LLP is pleased to announce that Christopher E. Ezold has joined the firm as Partner. He will be a member of the firm's Business Department and an Assistant Director of the General Counsel Initiative (GCI). Prior to joining the firm, Christopher served as Managing Partner of the Business and Health Law Group at The Ezold Law Firm, P.C.

Specialty Chefs and Green Cards for Employment Based Immigration and United States Visas

LogoRestaurants that specialize in certain types of cuisines are in need of specialty chefs who have at least two years of chef experience in that cuisine. Restaurants that are in need of these chefs can petition for a chef to immigrate to the United States to get a green card and become a lawful permanent resident.

Virtual Minute Books and Legal Document Scanning in Vancouver Now Offered at Micro Com Systems

LogoMicro Com Systems offers safe, secure legal document scanning in Vancouver to streamline and modernize office operations

Ashley Schiavone Named One of the 2019 Georgia Rising Stars

LogoAshley Schiavone has been selected to the 2019 Georgia Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area. The result is a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of exceptional attorneys. The Super Lawyers lists are published nationwide in Super Lawyers Magazines and in leading city and regional magazines and newspapers across the country. Super Lawyers Magazines also feature editorial profiles of attorneys who embody excellence in the practice of law. For more information about Super Lawyers, visit SuperLawyers.com.

Special Education Legal Team Grows with Addition of Highly Regarded Lawyers

LogoWisler Pearlstine, LLP is pleased to announce that its Education Law Department, one of the largest and most respected in the state, has added three special education attorneys to its ranks.

Law Office of Brendan W. Caver Ltd. Partners with BizIQ

The Law Office of Brendan W. Caver Ltd., a law firm that provides services in the areas of criminal defense and personal injury law, announced it has begun a partnership with BizIQ, a digital marketing company in Phoenix, Arizona that specializes in providing its services to small business clients throughout North America.

Keep Points off Your Teen's Driving Record with the Help of Carosella & Associates

LogoThe experienced criminal defense lawyers at Carosella & Associates, P. C. offer outstanding legal representation to clients facing traffic violations charges. These types of charges are common among teenagers. Both minor and serious traffic violations can lead to points on a teen's driving record, hefty fines, license suspension and exorbitant insurance premiums. Traffic accidents are the leading cause of death in young people ages 16-24. Both Pennsylvania and New Jersey use a points system for drivers of all ages with the intention of improving driving habits while ensuring safe driving. In addition, there are laws that apply specifically to those under 21. In PA, a young driver's permit is suspended for 90 days if they accumulate six or more points or are convicted of a single high-speed violation. Pennsylvania's Zero Tolerance Law also carries serious consequences for those under 21 if they are convicted of driving with any amount of alcohol in their blood.

Workers' Compensation from the Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Advise on the Safety Effects of Working with Bleach

When working with bleach regularly, cleaning staff are exposed to a range of safety hazards, including skin and eye irritation, damage to lungs, and even death. As the most reputable workers' compensation lawyers in Atlanta, The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson have advised on the safety effects of working with bleach.

The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Discusses if Interns Can Receive Workers' Comp

One of the most frequent questions that workers compensation lawyers in Atlanta receive is "Are interns covered under workers' compensation insurance?". Although employees are generally entitled to this type of insurance, for interns, it depends on several key factors. As the most reputable workers' comp attorneys in Atlanta, The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson is answering this question.

The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Advises on the Importance of Safety for Welders

Welding can be a highly hazardous occupation that places workers at risk of death or severe injury. Therefore, workplace safety is a critical component of employment within this industry. As welding regularly exposes workers to immediate and longer-term health and safety hazards, the Atlanta-based work injury lawyers at The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson has offered valuable safety advice for welders.

The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Speaks on Workers at Risk for Radiation Exposure

Recent studies have found that workers exposed to small doses of ionizing radiation are at risk of developing and dying from cardiovascular diseases over time. Prolonged radiation exposure has also been associated with neurological problems and congenital genetic disabilities. As the leading worker's comp attorneys in Atlanta, The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson have offered their expert advice.

The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Advises on the Increase of Elevator Injuries in the Construction Industry

A recent study has revealed that the construction industry experiences more fatal and nonfatal elevator-related injuries than any other major industry. Between 2011 and 2016, incidents relating to elevators caused 2,410 severe injuries and 145 deaths among construction workers. As the leading worker's comp attorneys in Atlanta, The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson has expanded on the findings of this study.

The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson Observes National Safety Month by Advising on Common Workplace Injuries

June is National Safety Month, designed to highlight areas surrounding some of the leading causes of fatalities and injuries within the workplace. As Atlanta's leading workers' compensation lawyers, the team at The Law Offices of Darwin F. Johnson has advised on the most common workplace injuries sustained each year.

Kingston Law Group Attorney Hannon M Isaacs Is Honored to Speak for the PSG Professional Service Group of Mercer County

The Kingston Law Group is an attorney practice specializing in employment law. One of their founding partners, Hanan Isaacs, will be doing a presentation for the PSG, Professional Service Group, of Mercer County.

A Wrong Way Accident on Route 50 in Prince George's County Left One Person Dead and Another with Serious Injuries

LogoA wrong way accident on Route 50 in Prince George's County left one person dead and another with serious injuries.

David Hazouri of Rafool, LLC Presents for the Florida Bar's Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee

The presentation, which consisted of four individual sessions, was once again a sell-out hit, and in addition to a packed room, the presentation was simulcast to a live audience as well as recorded for those unable to attend. The topics covered included e-discovery in and around cyber breach events, blockchain developments, a mock hearing before federal magistrate Anthony Porcelli and Ret. Fla. Circuit Court Judge, Gill Freemen, and a judicial roundtable moderated by UF Levine School of Law's Professor William Hamilton, federal judges Porcelli and Smith and state law judges Freeman and Nielsen.

Hearing Scheduled for Aretha Franklin's Estate Raises Issues with Handwritten Wills

LogoAretha Franklin died in August of 2018 but her estate is still being contested in court. Franklin is one of a handful of famous musicians who have died in recent years without a valid will in place. Recently, family members uncovered three handwritten wills among Franklin's belongings. According to NBC News, a hearing this month will determine whether the documents are valid. The results could significantly impact the rights of her beneficiaries.

The Law Offices of Benjamin Nadig Provides Drug Crime Defense for Those in Las Vegas

Dubbed as Sin City, Las Vegas has a reputation for some of the highest crime rates in the whole of the United States. Many of these crimes are associated with illegal drug sale, possession, and distribution. As the most reputable drug crime defense attorneys serving Las Vegas and surrounding regions, The Law Offices of Benjamin Nadig helps to defend individuals facing criminal charges associated with narcotics.

Residents of New Jersey Seeking a DUI Attorney Can Turn to the Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack

The Law Offices of Jason C. Pollack are the leading DWI law firm serving Camden County and surrounding areas. Residents that are caught driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated can call their expert legal team any day of the week for immediate legal support. Reputable DUI attorneys bring a wealth of benefits to a DUI case, even if it's a first offense.

Bezos Divorce Highlights Benefits of the Collaborative Divorce Process

LogoWhen Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and then-wife MacKenzie announced their plans to divorce in January 2019, many people assumed that a hostile, outrageously expensive legal process would follow. The couple had four children during their 25-year marriage, but skeptics predicted that the couple's $37 billion marital estate would lead to hotly contested divorce proceedings. Naysayers were shocked just four short months later when the two revealed that they reached a divorce settlement, amicably and with mutual expressions of appreciation.

Pratt, Schwarzenegger Wed in California

LogoA six-month whirlwind engagement ended in a dream wedding for Guardians of the Galaxy actor Chris Pratt and bride Katherine Schwarzenegger, daughter of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Fox News covered the June 8, 2019 nuptials, including a ceremony and reception at the San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, CA. The couple announced their engagement in January, just three months after Pratt finalized his divorce from another high-profile celebrity, actress Anna Faris.

Court Upholds Landmark Berkeley Cell Phone Radiation Right to Know Ordinance and Rejects Industries Appeal

A landmark 9th U.S. Circuit Court panel has upheld the City of Berkeley's cell phone right to know ordinance. That ordinance requires retailers to inform consumers that cell phones emit radiation that can exceed federal cell phone radiation limits when close to the body. In upholding this decision, the panel concluded that the public health issues at hand were "substantial" and that the "text of the Berkeley notice was literally true," and "uncontroversial."