For Immediate Release The National Trial Lawyers is pleased to announce that R. Scot Feeman of Feeman Law Office in Lebanon has been re‐selected as an NTL ‐ Criminal Defense ‐ Top 100 Trial Lawyer in the state of Pennsylvania after their first year as an exceptionally...
And Throughout Central Pennsylvania
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4 hidden costs of divorce
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Apr 27, 2022 | Divorce
Too often, individuals get caught up with the concept of winning or losing during the divorce process. They approach every negotiation like a battle and every compromise must benefit their own position. While every relationship is different, it might be better to...
Are DUI checkpoints a violation of your basic rights?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Mar 25, 2022 | Criminal Defense
The federal Constitution and Pennsylvania state law extend protections to individuals. Some of these rights relate to interactions with law enforcement. For example, there are limitations on police searches and rules against forcing someone to testify against...
What can you negotiate in a parenting plan?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Mar 4, 2022 | Divorce
You’ve decided to get divorced, but that does not mean you want a legal battle with your ex, much less when a child is involved. However, by negotiating amicably, you can reach common ground about your child without needing a judge to make the decisions for you. You...
5 defenses to consider when charged with criminal assault
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Dec 22, 2021 | Criminal Defense
It was all because of a high school basketball game. You wish you could take back your actions, but it is too late now. A disagreement at a local bar led to an altercation between you and another man. Now, you face an assault charge. This is a criminal charge with...
How serious are DUIs in Pennsylvania?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Dec 22, 2021 | Drunk Driving
The state commonly regards drunk driving as a serious threat to public safety, and their penalties reflect this. The consequences of a drunk driving charge in Pennsylvania are severe, including fines and possible jail time. If the police arrest you for a DUI, make no...
How can an automatic stay help you?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Dec 17, 2021 | Bankruptcy
When you’re considering bankruptcy, something that you should look into is the automatic stay. An automatic stay temporarily prohibits creditors and collection agencies, as well as others, from pursuing you for money owed while you pursue bankruptcy. An automatic stay...
What will happen to your children when you divorce?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Sep 20, 2021 | Family Law
Divorce will completely change your world, and it will also change the lives of your children. Before you make any lasting decisions about your marriage, you definitely need to think about the possible repercussions for the rest of your family. As hard as divorce may...
What will you get and what can you lose in a Pennsylvania divorce?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | Aug 27, 2021 | Divorce
If you have a divorce coming up, you’re probably worried about a lot of things. You’ve worked hard your entire life to build up what you have now, and you might be worried about losing half or even more of it to your spouse if asset division goes poorly. How can you...
Can divorce lead to bankruptcy?
On Behalf of Feeman Law Offices | May 25, 2021 | Bankruptcy
It is not uncommon for individuals to put away a few hundred dollars to be used in the event of an emergency. Maybe the washing machine stops working or a leaky window finally needs to be replaced – these situations might be troublesome, but easily overcome....
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