It takes tremendous effort to keep a marriage intact, just as it takes tremendous effort to start and build a successful company. Is it possible to do both? It can be done, but the odds are not good.
Driving on Pennsylvania roads while daydreaming can be more dangerous than doing so while on a smartphone. Erie Insurance analyzed 172,000 traffic deaths over the past five years using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS). Of those deaths, roughly 10 percent were victims of distracted drivers. The data further revealed that 61 percent of distracted driving accidents occurred because one driver was simply lost in thought.
Using a cellphone while driving can distract drivers, increasing accident risks. Despite these dangers though, this type of distracted driving remains very common in the Philadelphia area. This is what a recent survey commissioned by Travelers suggests.
Although it is extremely important to have a conversation about Estate Planning, many people are hesitant to raise the subject with their parents. Children may not think it's their place to raise the issue or may be waiting for Mom or Dad to bring it up. They might be uncomfortable discussing it or simply don't want to think about the losing their parents. They may not believe it's their place to raise the issue
Many people are starting their own businesses, either as a full-time endeavor or a way to supplement their income. When married couples get divorced, these businesses become part of the marital assets that must be divided according to Pennsylvania’s equitable division of property guidelines.
When you're looking for an attorney, it can be hard to know where to start. Some people may call every law firm that comes up in a Google search, while others prefer to review firm websites and attorney profiles before making calls. And once you're ready to reach out, what does an attorney really need to know?