It’s been a while in coming, but as of October 4th, 2016, the waiting period for a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania has been reduced from two years to one. Signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf, the practical effects of the legislation are substantial. As a practitioner, for instance, I can attest to bemusement clients … Continue reading Pennsylvania Changes Rules of No-Fault Divorce
The last time I checked, neither state government nor the Courts had any power, real or imagined, to amend the U.S. Constitution. A recent ruling from the 9th Circuit, however, suggests maybe I need to check again. In a decision that confounds common sense, plain reading of the Constitutional text as much as it creates … Continue reading ATTENTION: The 9th Circuit amends the 2nd Amendment…
Here at the Prince Law Blog, we have been committed to providing continued coverage of what is quickly proving to be among the most definitive cases of the SCOTUS's current calendar year - United States v. Texas. The last we blogged, the United States had promptly appealed the split decision of the 5th Circuit Court of … Continue reading United States v. Texas
Hello all, I recently blogged about Prince Law's launch of a new, interactive, seminar format, through JITSI. As promised, here is the link to the Seminar: jitsi.princelaw.com/plo Please join me at 6:00 PM this evening for a short but informative seminar on Family-based Immigration Benefits. Hope to see you there!
On behalf of Prince Law Offices, P.C., I am pleased to announce that the firm's attorneys will be utilizing new technology to host informative live video sessions devoted to the various areas of practice we cover: Firearms Law, Workers' Compensation, Immigration, Civil Rights, Social Security, Corporate Law, Energy Law, Criminal Law, Wills Estates, Family Law, and … Continue reading Join Us, 04/08/2016, for Live Immigration Law Video Seminar!!
The Situation Previously on this blog we have brought you coverage of Europe's deepening refugee crisis. An unprecedented event, that Crisis will surely have lasting impact beyond Western and Southern Europe, where waves of humanity escaping the Syrian War and other destabilizing events of the Middle East and Northern Africa continue to seek entry. Indeed, despite our geographical separation from that event, … Continue reading The Other Crisis
Last week Tuesday and Wednesday, February 2nd and 3rd, Congress held hearings on proposed changes to the United States’ Visa-Investor program, EB-5. The popular program was launched by Congress in 1990, as part of the omnibus Immigration Act of that year. Essentially, the program’s purpose is intended to stimulate and strengthen the economy by giving … Continue reading EB-5 Investor Program Shake-up?
One repetitive and especially pernicious theme concerning custody disputes that we often see here at Prince Law, is the failure or practical inability of former spouses or partners to effectively co-parent. Surely, few things in this world breed contempt like a permanent separation and that rule of thumb is usually only enhanced where a child-in-common is concerned. … Continue reading Co-Parenting 101
In the wake of the truly terrible acts of terrorism wrought upon the communities of Paris and San Bernadino, we the people of a free, open, and democratic world, find ourselves facing certain dangerous paradigms - First, is the realization that smaller and smaller cells of the demented, hell bent on visiting death and carnage on innocent persons continue operating more … Continue reading The Syrian Refugee Crisis – Actual Facts
On Monday evening, 11/09/2015, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals failed to surprise anyone, issuing a 2-1 decision that affirms the current injunction against the Executive expansion of DACA. >>See decision here<< The reader may recall that this blog has attempted to provide some coverage of this increasingly fraught showdown. See explanation of DAPA and litigation here. As … Continue reading No Relief, No Surrender