Month: September 2013

Unlawful DUI Checkpoints in PA

DUI checkpoints, or sobriety checkpoints, are well-marked, stationary roadblocks conducted by PA police officers who make stops to check for intoxicated drivers. Pennsylvania police officers use a predetermined objective standard to determine which drivers to stop. Public policy in Pennsylvania supports the use of these checkpoint measures because the DUI checkpoints serve as a deterrent …

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Can Your Spouse Get Your Inheritance in a Divorce?

One question our divorce lawyers often get asked is “can my spouse get my inheritance as part of a divorce?”  Receiving an inheritance provides unique circumstances to a divorce and while these assets may seem like your personal property without question, there are a number of situations where these assets may be considered “marital property.”  …

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