What Pittsburgh’s Land Banking Legislation Means For Local Communities

Abandoned House

On April 14, 2014, the Pittsburgh City Council passed groundbreaking legislation that is poised to help communities address the growing problem of blight in their neighborhoods. After years of decline as this industrial-based city struggled to regain its footing when the crucial manufacturing plants closed their doors, this legislation is paving the way for the […]

Indirect (Secondary) Effects After a Brain Injury

Indirect Effects Of A TBI

Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, can be a devastating thing. It can result in everything from personality changes to strokes, cranial or cerebral hemorrhage, embolism, or any of a slew of life-changing disabilities. However, many people don’t realize that many symptoms can occur days, weeks, months, or even years after the initial injury which can […]

Filing For A Divorce In PA

Filing For A Divorce in PA

Starting the Process When you file for divorce in Pennsylvania, one spouse will be the “Plaintiff” and one will be the “Defendant.” The Plaintiff is the one who is asking for the divorce, and must fill out a Complaint in Divorce form and file it at the nearest courthouse to his or her residence. This […]