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Tips to avoid a DUI over the Thanksgiving holiday

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Can a DUI Affect My Right to Own a Gun?

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, many people are arrested for a DUI for their 1st, 2nd, or subsequent offense. While some of the repercussions of a DUI may not come as much of a shock to most people (license suspension, fines, potential jail time etc.), what many don’t realize is that having a DUI conviction may prevent someone from having the right to own a firearm. If you are concerned about losing your second amendment right as a result of your pending DUI charge, it is essential that you contact a Pennsylvania DUI attorney immediately to know your rights.

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Choosing the right attorney is key to achieving a successful outcome in your case. At The Town Law, we are dedicated to ensuring that every client receives the best possible outcome in their case.

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Injured by An Intoxicated Person? You May Be Able to Sue the Party Who Served Them!

If you were injured in an accident with a drunk driver, you may be able to sue the establishment that served the intoxicated person, as well as the drunk driver. How can I sue the bar, a restaurant, or a private event for serving the drunk driver?

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Facing a Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure with Bony? Celink? Reverse Mortgage Solutions? or Nationstar?

Very few attorneys - in fact - less than five firms across the United States truly understand how to litigate reverse mortgage cases.

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What Are the Duties of An Estate Executor/administrator?

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, when an individual passes away, any and all possessions owned by the decedent will go into their estate. If the individual who passed away has left a Will, it will name an executor who will oversee the estate and fulfill all the duties and responsibilities that they are obligated to do.

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I Was Arrested for Dui with My Child in The Car... What Am I Facing?

When an individual gets arrested for a DUI in Pennsylvania, this can be a very serious offense that can carry with it a significant amount of jail time. In some cases, individuals are arrested for a DUI while their minor child is in the car.

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Administering an Estate: What You Need to Know

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, when an individual passes away, any and all possessions owned by the decedent will go into their estate. In the simplest of terms the purpose of estate administration is to pay off debts to all creditors the decedent owed money to during their lifetime, pay all taxes owed, and distribute the remaining money in the estate to the beneficiaries. In order to determine who the beneficiaries are, it must first be determined whether or not a valid will was in place at the time of the decedent’s death. If a valid will was in place, the assets in the estate will be distributed in accordance with the will. If no will is in place at the time of the decedent’s death, the assets will be distributed in accordance with the intestacy laws of Pennsylvania.

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What Is the Montgomery County House Arrest Program?

If you are arrested in Montgomery County for a non-violent crime or a DUI and are not eligible for ARD, you are most likely facing a mandatory jail sentence. For many people, any period of incarceration can have severe consequences on their personal lives.

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You’ve Been Charged with Drug Possession, What Do You Do Now?

Just because you’ve been charged with possession of drugs does not necessarily mean it will result in a conviction. Contact an experienced drug defense attorney today.

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