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Steven Robert Tabano

Steven Tabano’s Legal Guides

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    Pennsylvania DUI driver's license suspensions are handled by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDot). The Department has the authority to suspend or revoke the driver's licenses and driving privileges of those arrested for DUI. Driver's License suspensions are not...

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  • DUI Defenses

    Despite what you may have been told, there are defenses to a D.U.I. charge and the charges that go along with it. Like any other criminal defendant, you are presumed innocent and have certain rights guaranteed to you by the constitution. A good DUI defense attorney will be famili...

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    When a person is driving and is stopped by a police officer, the officer may ask you to perform field sobriety tests if he or she suspects that you may be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The purpose of these field sobriety tests is to see if there is probable cause allow...

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  • The no-fault divorce process

    Most divorces are "no-fault" divorces, meaning the grounds are irretrievable breakdown of the marriage.

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  • Pennsylvania Divorce - The Basics

    Divorce is the process by which a marriage is legally ended. In Pennsylvania, a divorce can be granted by the court as either fault or no-fault. Most often divorces are granted as no-fault in cases where the parties have irreconcilable differences. This is the quickest and easies...

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  • Child Support and Taxes: Information you need to know

    Child support is tax-free for federal income tax purposes, meaning neither the recipient spouse nor the child owes taxes on it. However, unlike spousal support, child support payments are not tax-deductible by the parent who makes the payments. (Spousal support is tax-deductible ...

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  • Pennsylvania Child Custody - The Process of Obtaining Custody of Your Children

    Fighting for the custody of your children is not only heart-wrenching but can have life-long effects on the well-being of your children. There are two types of custody. Physical custody is the actual physical possession and control of a child (a person under 18 years old). It ref...

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  • Divorce. How Does It Work?

    Filing a Divorce Complaint The Divorce process begins with the filing of a Complaint in Divorce, usually in the county in which the parties' resided. The Complaint is then served on the other party

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