New Driving Option For Those With DUI Conviction by Corey M. Lamoureux

Individuals charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance, or those currently serving a license suspension after pleading guilty to Driving Under the Influence, may now be entitled to continue to drive following the installation of an ignition interlock system in their car. The new law, entitled “Act 33 of 2016,”Read more

New Child Support Guidelines by Colleen S. Gallo

Every four years, the Pennsylvania Child Support Guidelines are reviewed to reflect fluctuations in the economy and are adjusted based on cost of living changes. On May 1, 2017, new Support Guidelines became effective providing generally moderate increases to most income levels. This could reflect in an increase in the amount of child support paid.Read more

The Importance Of Joint Titling In Estate Law by Timothy D. Sheffey

Typically, spouses jointly own major assets such as bank accounts, their home, and their vehicles. However, when that is not the case and one spouse owns an asset in his or her name only, this difference in titling results in increased processing time and expense when assets are disbursed following the death of the titledRead more

Melissa J. Noyes joins Reilly Wolfson

Reilly Wolfson recently announced that Melissa J. Noyes has joined the law firm as an Associate Attorney. Ms. Noyes maintains a general practice of law with an emphasis on employment law, general litigation and liquor law and licensing matters. Following her admission to the Pennsylvania Bar in 2003, Ms. Noyes was an Assistant District AttorneyRead more

Reilly Wolfson Announces New Staff

Reilly Wolfson recently announced changes to its staff including the promotion of Judy Reigle to office manager and the addition of Joed Meck as bookkeeper. Joining Reilly Wolfson in 2002, Judy has served as the firm’s bookkeeper for the last 14 years. Her new responsibilities include managing the day-to-day operations of the firm and aRead more