Laura Kaye Robbins’s Guides

Laura Kaye Robbins

State College Child Custody Lawyer.

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  1. Unemployment Compensation Caselaw Update

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 1 year ago.

    1.Crocker v. UCBR (No. 202 C.D. 2012): This case, decided March 15, 2013, held that Unemployment Compensation benefits will not be denied if if a claimant's self-employment activities only minimally increase after separation from employment. Basically, benefits are usually denied...

  2. Creditor Lawsuits - What you can do

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, almost 2 years ago.

    We are all aware of the struggling economy, some of us having even experienced it firsthand through loss of employment, mounting debt, etc. As debt increases for those in these situations, their creditors can become very insistent in their efforts to collect a debt, going so far ...

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  3. Tenants - What You Should Know

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, about 2 years ago.

    A lease can be a great opportunity for tenants in the Centre County area after all, students usually dont stay here for more than a few years, and for many people, it is not financially possible to purchase a home. However, even good opportunities carry a bit of risk. Thats why ...

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  4. Custody Agreements – Common Issues to Consider

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 2 years ago.

    Custody Agreements Common Issues to Consider It can be difficult for parents to come up with a child custody arrangement with which they both agree, after a separation or divorce. Consider yourself lucky, if you can manage to come to some sort of an agreement; custody conference...

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  5. Child Support - Issues to Consider

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 2 years ago.

    Child Support Issues to Consider In these tough economic times, its extremely difficult to support two households after a separation, especially when there are children involved. There are daycare expenses, extra-curricular activities, medical bills, and other bills that go alon...

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  6. International Custody and the Garcia Case

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 2 years ago.

    Those watching the news over the holidays may have caught the story of a Wisconsin man reunited with his 9-year-old daughter after an international custody battle with her Japanese mother. This father was finally, this holiday season, reunited with his daughter after she had...

  7. Pre-separation Planning

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 2 years ago.

    Pre-Separation Planning after the Holidays

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  8. Credit Card Debt

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, over 2 years ago.

    Credit Card Debt - Dos and Don'ts Today's economy often makes is tough to us to 'get by' on our incomes alone. Unfortunately, because of this, going into debt during tough times can be a reality for many. Our credit cards are often considered an easy fix for buying something we r...

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  9. Unemployment Compensation

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, almost 3 years ago.

    In tough economic times, it is vital that individuals becoming unemployed know if they have rights toUnemployment Compensation. There are rules regarding entitlement to Unemployment Compensation, and then there are exceptions to those rules. It is important that individuals know ...

  10. Tips for Protection From Abuse Defendants

    Written by attorney Laura Robbins, almost 3 years ago.

    Know what rights are affected when you have been served with a Petition for Protection From Abuse.

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