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September 2016 Archives

How to choose the right mediator

Pennsylvania couples who are getting a divorce and who plan to go through mediation may have heard a lot about how to choose a mediator. Those tips could include choosing someone who is experienced and trained in the field. However, there is one critical factor that many of those tips do not mention. The couple must trust the person that is retained.

Improving safety technology could help older drivers

New safety technology is making roads safer for older drivers in Pennsylvania and across the United States. Innovations like blind-spot warning systems and autopilot are already available on some high-end cars, but more safety breakthroughs are expected to become standard soon.

Protecting a child's college savings during a divorce

Many parents in Pennsylvania hope to put some money aside for their children's future educational expenses. A typical college fund may be in the form of a simple savings account, savings plan or savings bond. When two parents go through a divorce, the college savings that they have accumulated for their children will be considered a marital asset that has to be divided.

Pennsylvania firefighters injured in I-95 accident

Pennsylvania authorities closed southbound Interstate 95 near Penn's Landing for over three hours on Sept. 1 after a tractor-trailer lost control and hit a 70-foot hook and ladder truck from the Philadelphia Fire Department. The five firefighters inside the truck suffered minor injuries when the impact of the tractor-trailer moved their ladder truck 250 feet. Three ambulances took the firefighters to Hahnemann University Hospital for treatment.

Resolving parental conflicts after divorce

Divorced Pennsylvania parents might have conflicts over issues such as how much time one child spends playing video games. Most therapists believe that parents should try to be consistent in their rules between households. A parent who objects to the amount of time the other parent allows the child to spend on gaming might wonder how to curb that behavior.