The question of how marital property is divided is the most litigated area in divorce law and generally the reason that divorce proceedings can go on for years. Economic Distribution is the legal process used to divide the marital estate. As tempting as it may be to compare your situation with the experiences of […]
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has issued a decision on cell phone searches that confirms that the devices may not be searched without a warrant. The Court found that the Fourth Amendment right of people “to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures” includes the expectation that their cellphones will […]
Harrisburg former police officer asks judge for house arrest.
Clinton County Senior Judge J. Michael Williamson approves bail in Centre County case.
ABOM & KUTULAKIS LLP STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF FOUNDING MEMBER AND SENIOR PARTNER JASON P. KUTULAKIS
CARLISLE, PA – It is with great sadness and a profound sense of loss that the law firm of Abom & Kutulakis LLP announces the death of its founding partner and senior attorney Jason P. Kutulakis. Jason died this morning at his home leaving behind his beloved wife, Joanne, and their beautiful daughter, Alexandra. The […]
PENNSYLVANIA FAMILY SUPPORT ALLIANCE AWARDED STATE CONTRACT TO PROVIDE TRAINING TO MANDATED REPORTERS OF CHILD ABUSE
PA DHS awards PFSA multi-year deal to train professionals in Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse Fulfills a key recommendation of post-Sandusky PA Task Force on Child Protection HARRISBURG, PA – Flanked by members of the Pennsylvania Task Force on Child Protection, district attorneys, child advocates and medical professionals, Pennsylvania Family Support Alliance (PFSA) […]
Statement regarding the federal law suit of Kegerise v. Susquehanna Township School District, Carol Karol, Jesse Rawls, Sr. & Mark Sussman
“Over the last eighteen (18) months, Dr. Kegerise has been forced to endure a hostile work environment created by members of the Susquehanna Township School Board. While she has made her best efforts to work towards the bests interested of the students, faculty and staff of the District, Board members have sued her, falsely called […]
BOILING SPRINGS — South Middleton School Board put a hold on wrestling coach Rodney Wright but did not count him out of the upcoming season. The board Monday voted unanimously to reinstate Wright as head coach of the Boiling Springs High School team, but made the effective date of his appointment Jan. 1, 2014. This […]
HARRISBURG — The State Superior Court today rejected an appeal by Jerry Sandusky, who was trying to get his sexual abuse convictions overturned. Last year, Sandusky was convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys and sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in prison. An attorney for Sandusky says he will now appeal to the Pennsylvania […]