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Monthly Archives: January 2010

IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR (OR NOT):

Posted in Support

It is that time of year again: Tax Season. If you have not already, shortly you will start to receive your 1099’s, W-2’s and other financial documents needed to prepare your tax returns.  But this year, more so than in prior years, you may benefit from reviewing not only your basic tax forms, but other financial… Continue Reading

CHANGES WITH CHIP UNDER NEW FEDERAL HEALTH CARE LEGISLATION

Posted in Support

According to statistics available through CHIP, there are 197,150 people enrolled in CHIP in Pennsylvania. CHIP in Pennsylvania is available to all uninsured children and teens up to 19 years of age, who do not qualify for Medical Assistance. Due to CHIP’s eligibility requirements – which has no income limit for eligibility – it is often a… Continue Reading

THE NEW GUIDELINES HAVE ARRIVED

Posted in Support

Much as with a presidential election, the Pennsylvania support guidelines are to be revised by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court once each four years.  Drafts of proposed changes to the guidelines were published in July and December, 2008.  In each instance comment from the legal community and public was invited.  But for more than a year… Continue Reading

TIGERGATE +/- JON & KATE + 8

Posted in Divorce

A couple of weeks ago we were asked by one media outlet to comment upon the Gosselin divorce.  While this certainly was a “media opportunity” the plain truth is that there was not a great deal to say that would have been newsworthy. The Gosselins were a phenomenon created by the media.  While their family… Continue Reading