I think by now, any resident of Lancatser County is familiar with the events in Sadsbury Township where a farmer alleged that he had been attacked by a mountain lion. This situation, although a little different, raises an interesting question, can a farmer kill wildlife on his property to prevent it from destroying his crops?
Location, Location, Location
Location isn’t just important when you’re looking to buy a home, but also when you may be thinking about a divorce. The practice of one party filing a divorce in a far removed county from the residence of either party, which could be the result of low filing fees or the desire to place the…
It Isn’t Over
The day finally arrives. Your attorney calls you or perhaps notifies you in writing that the Divorce Decree has been handed down. At long last (maybe six months, maybe a year, maybe even three or four years) it is finally over.
Not true! In the famous words of the "political philosopher" Yogi Berra, “it ain’t over till it’s over”. The Divorce Decree (assuming no appeal) in many cases is not the end, and many important matters may still require attention before that Postnuptial Agreement or that decision obtained after a Hearing with blood, sweat and tears – the result you worked so hard to achieve – materializes.
Like many other things, the devil is in the details and taking care of the details is still required. For example, the failure to remove the ex-spouse as a primary beneficiary of life insurance issued through an employer may negate the provisions of a Postnuptial Agreement which provides that the ex-spouse should have no interest in life insurance proceeds or other property of the spouse at death. …