Scott A Ruth Attorney At Law
Other Practice Areas
Family Law; Landlord-Tenant; Wills & Probate; Real Estate; Traffic; Wills
Law Firms Nearby
Hanover, PA 17331
SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
Expunging and sealing criminal records
A summary of statutes of limitations and defenses
Pennsylvania law on security deposits
On April 26, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security announced the launching of a new office for victims of crimes committed by criminal aliens. In this post, I analyze the announcement of the VOICE office and explain its purpose and limitations.
I say this time and time again, and I can't stress this enough - you need to defend against identity theft not only for yourself, but for your children as well.
Effective March 1, 2017, Louisville Ordinance §119 requires all rental property owners to register their rental properties with the City of Louisville.
Checks and Balances: Further Reflection on Governor Bevin’s Executive Order and the Kentucky Real Estate Authority
Governor Bevin’s Executive Order No. 2016-859 has created a glaring conflict between Kentucky’s legislative and executive branches of government.
On December 1, 2016 Governor Matt Bevin issued Executive Order No. 2016-859. The Executive Order will have a lasting effect on Kentucky’s real estate industry by reorganizing four administrative bodies and creating the Kentucky Real Estate Authority.
This article examines the alcohol control regulations and zoning obstacles in obtaining a liquor license for a new restaurant in Kentucky, as well as the impact of this process and the public policy behind it will be addressed.
In a situation where a rental car driver has been involved in an accident, it is important to establish liability, and to determine whether or not the victim of the accident is entitled to compensation for any injuries they have sustained.
A blog post about how one sex offender is trying to take back his guilty plea.
A blog post about prenup dos and don'ts.
A blog post about the compulsory education laws in Connecticut requiring children between the ages of 5 and 18 to attend public or private or home school.
A blog post about a case in which a gym employee was not properly trained in working with equipment which resulted in a doctor having a heart attack.
When do you need a special education attorney versus a parent advocate?