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  • Every healthy birth is an occasion for hope and celebration, and births with complications are occasions for heartache. New parents pore over inch of their infant, counting fingers and toes and remarking over every yawn, sneeze and stretch, while parents whose children’s births have been traumatic are thrust into a nightmare world of medical testing, specialists and emergency treatments. Though some birth injuries and defects are immediately apparent, others do not make themselves known until days, weeks, and even months later. How can an inexperienced parent who has no medical training tell whether their child has been hurt in the …Read More ➡

  • Many of us have been in the position of seeing flashing lights behind us – or perhaps ahead of us at a sobriety checkpoint – and feeling a pang of panic. Will that one glass of wine you had with dinner count against you? Did you have too much to drink at the happy hour? Are you going to be charged with a crime? When you’ve been accused of driving under the influence, you generally have more questions than answers. Working with an experienced DUI/DWI driver is your best option. At Reinherz Law, we have extensive knowledge about the laws …Read More ➡

  • When people who have been through a bankruptcy proceeding look back on their decision, they say that one of the most important driving forces was the calls that they were getting from debt collectors. Anybody who has gotten themselves into serious trouble with money knows what this feels like – the phone rings incessantly and the people on the other end are threatening, mean and relentless. They say that they are going to take your car and your home, and say they will call your employer and garnish your wages. In the face of this type of intimidation, it is …Read More ➡

  • Although the housing crisis that struck homeowner’s in the United States was at its peak several years ago, there are still many Americans who are suffering its aftereffects. People are finding themselves facing the very real prospect of losing their homes to foreclosure and having to make unthinkable decisions. Many believe that they have few or no options. But both the state of New Jersey and the federal government have taken several positive steps to try to help people who are in this situation. There are mortgage modification programs that can provide you with the chance to improve your situation. …Read More ➡

  • People who are dealing with severe financial troubles frequently obsess over how much things cost. Though that may seem like a good thing, as you want to be careful not to get yourself further into debt, it can work against you if you’re letting it stand in the way of getting the legal help you need to file for bankruptcy. Attorney services have a reputation for costing a lot of money, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Though some attorneys’ bankruptcy claims can cost you a lot of money, others charge set fees that are predictable and manageable, …Read More ➡

  • People who are dealing with debts that are beyond their ability to repay frequently turn to bankruptcy as a way to get relief. If you are facing this type of financial hardship, you need to know that filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not a magic eraser that wipes the slate entirely clean: though it may eliminate some of your financial obligations, others will remain, and discharging others may require that you give up important assets including your home or your car. The first step in understanding how your situation will and will not be impacted by …Read More ➡

  • The state of Pennsylvania offers married couples who wish to end their union two different options for no fault divorce. One is called a mutual consent divorce, which can be accomplished in 90 days if both parties agree and file an Affidavit demonstrating their consent. Alternatively, if this type of mutual cooperation is not available, there has always been the opportunity to simply sign an Affidavit stating that the two spouses have lived separately from one another, and that this separation has lasted for a period of two years. Though this has always been considered a relatively simple process, there …Read More ➡

  • Financial difficulties are one of the most stressful experiences that we can go through, and when things have gotten bad enough that you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy, it probably feels like you simply can’t make one more decision. Though filing for bankruptcy can offer you the ability to make a fresh start, it is important that you take the time to consider which type of bankruptcy filing offers you the best outcomes. There is a significant difference between filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Reinherz Law is a PA bankruptcy lawyer that can help. …Read More ➡

  • Going through a divorce is a lonely, stressful experience, and the holidays can really exacerbate the challenge. Events that you once thought of as positive – and maybe even looked forward to – become minefields of awkwardness, discomfort, and even sadness for any number of reasons, including financial stress, feeling betrayed, having to spend important days without your children, or just being frustrated by the process of negotiating the terms of a divorce.  Future holiday celebrations will undoubtedly be easier, but that provides little immediate consolation. What can help is these tips on getting through the next month. At Reinherz …Read More ➡

  • U.S. citizenship is a dream and goal for many, and achieving that goal is both a responsibility and a privilege. There are a number of different ways to become a citizen, and choosing the right course has much to do with what your particular circumstances are. At Reinherz Law, we are here to assist and provide legal counsel to those who are interested in becoming U.S. citizens, in getting their green card, and in many other areas of immigration law. If you are a permanent resident of the United States and would like to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, the …Read More ➡