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  • The opera is a favorite past time for everyone, but what if the New York City Opera were to disappear? City Opera might be near its last performance unless it raises $7 million by the end of September. Furthermore, an additional $13 million must be raised for the 2014-2015 season. The company is 70 years old and has put on about 130 performances per season. Recently the performance amount has shrunk and so has the staff. City Opera is known for innovation and creativeness and it became the place for young performers to start their career. It really would be …Read More ➡

  • It looks like the alimony laws in New Jersey are soon to be changed. According to the Gnall v. Gnall court ruling, marriages over fifteen years lead to permanent alimony. Usually permanent alimony is given to marriages that last twenty to thirty years. As you can see, that is a huge difference in the amount of time together. Divorce rates are high today and 50% of marriages end in divorce. The stakes are high and this means that many more people will be forced into alimony for years. Charles Mainor is the bill sponsor for this law and is open …Read More ➡

  • The people in Pennsylvania are clearly trying to say something about immigration reform as they line up to speak their mind to the officials. They have gathered at different events such as town hall meetings, business meetings, rallies, and other public places. These advocates are in Philadelphia, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Chester County, and even more areas. So what is it that they want to say? They want Congress to pass immigration reforms that give rights and citizenship to those in need. A Bucks County resident, Celia Sharp, speaks out about these necessary reforms. To read what she has to …Read More ➡

  • The Please Touch Museum is settling well in its new home at Memorial Hall, but has stopped their debt payments. Seems they may be close to needing a Philadelphia bankruptcy lawyer. Museum officials claim the debt was manageable until recently, so what has changed? President/CEO, Lynn McMaster, claims that they are trying to negotiate with bondholders.Thoughts have been raised to seek help from another group, although McMaster claims that as of now, there are no potential merger prospects just yet. Two million dollars is the kind of debt we are talking about, and it will only get higher each year. …Read More ➡

  • A fresh start may be easier and cheaper than you think.   Reinherz & Reinherz – The “Fresh Start” Law Firm. — $500 Premium, No-Fault Divorce   This is NOT your ordinary ‘no-fault’ divorce. Dollar for Dollar, we offer the most comprehensive package from Philadelphia to PittsburghPennsylvania for No Fault Divorces. No firm is more accessible, caring and responsive than the team at Reinherz & Reinherz.   For what many attorneys charge for initial consultations and retainers, Reinherz Law will bring you peace of mind knowing that your PA Divorce situation will be handled with the utmost care and attention.   If you’d like a quick start, please CLICK HERE …Read More ➡

  • The decision to file for Bankruptcy is never an easy one to make. The actual process of qualifying to file Bankruptcy can be even more difficult, but you have freedom to choose legal guidance to smooth the rough edges and to make this experience as painless as possible.   As you may already know, some lawyers and attorneys have a bad name for caring more about their own fees than their client’s cases. Luckily, this isn’t always the case and there are a number of ways to screen Bankruptcy lawyers to avoid the bad jokes.   When you call a …Read More ➡

  • So you’re thinking about filing for Bankruptcy? Debt is a growing problem in this nation, and new laws were recently passed in 2005 that make it more challenging to qualify for Bankruptcy. Reinherz & Reinherz Law offers Bankruptcy services in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area, and we are here to help! Please contact our office, and an experienced Bankruptcy attorney will review your unique circumstances to help you determine the best course of action to take… even if Bankruptcy isn’t the right option.   Here are some things you should do before filing for Bankruptcy:   1. Gather any relevant …Read More ➡

  • There is absolutely nothing in this world that will ever make a divorcenot stressful, and there are very few rare cases where a divorce is celebrated as the beginning of a new life. In most cases, a divorce is only half the beginning of a new life, while on the other hand it is also the end of a life that you know and, even if you are unhappy in, you areused to.   A divorce is very stressful emotionally, and the divorce process can only add to the upset. More complicated divorces, for example including children or economic factors, can …Read More ➡

  • Family Law addresses domestic issues ranging from divorce to child custody disputes. Generally speaking, when a legal matter involves family related issues such as marriage, custody agreements or the division of assets, the problem falls within the realm of family law. Intended to protect the individual rights of people living within a family environment, family law includes different types of law that directly relate to or concern families.   Family Law differs throughout each state and there are many websites that provide information and access to the required legal forms for pursuing family issues, such as divorce without hiring an …Read More ➡

  • To file for divorce in Pennsylvania you are first required to meet the residency requirement, which states that one spouse must have lived within the state for at least 6 months prior to filing for divorce.   It is also required that a couple establishes their grounds for obtaining the divorce and file for either a fault, or nofault divorce.   According to PA Divorce, a no-fault divorce can be obtained when there is mutual consent, or when a marriage is concluded to be irretrievably broken. If there is mutual consent, a court will authorize the divorce after an affidavit is …Read More ➡

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