Our LegalShield member worked for a temp employment agency and was released from an assignment during the COVID pandemic. She filed an application for unemployment comp. Our member was shocked when the application was denied because the temp agency failed to report her wages. This was a huge problem for the member and her family
By Dachan Furnace, Esquire Did your Stimulus check get intercepted to pay your spouse’s back child support? You may have been one of the millions of Americans expecting a stimulus check, but instead received a Notice of Offset from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If that’s your reality, we have good news! The IRS will begin to send out what they call “catch-up” payments to all eligible spouses whose stimulus check was applied
Many of the lockdown and business closure orders issued by Gov. Wolf have been ruled unconstitutional by a Federal judge. Judge William Stickman issued an order on September 14, 2020 striking most of these orders down. The plaintiffs in the case included seven businesses and their owners, several state representatives, as well as Butler, Fayette,
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention implemented a temporary eviction moratorium through the end of the year, protecting U.S. renters from losing their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration announced Tuesday. Under this Order, a landlord, owner of a residential property, or other persons with a legal right to pursue eviction or
The payroll tax deferral program offers scant help for workers and could obligate employers to pay taxes that employees do not repay in 2021.
Series of posts presenting real-life situations about the consequences of dying without a will. This episode: naming minors as beneficiaries to your estate.
SBA punishes business owners who pay rent on their own buildings
Avalanche of evictions could begin on August 31. Help is still available for renters.
The short answer is no, it is not always the driver’s fault when a pedestrian is hit by a vehicle. As with any car accident, there are lots of factors that determine who or what caused the collision. It’s a common misunderstanding that pedestrians always have the right of way in Pennsylvania. It’s true that drivers have a
Contract tracers say it’s not always easy to get people who have tested positive for COVID-19 to share where they’ve been. For a variety of reasons, infected people don’t want to talk, according to a recent report in The New York Times. A new warning from the Pennsylvania Departments of Health and Aging isn’t going to