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March 2015 Archives

Garnishing a Social Security check for Pennsylvania child support

The first consideration for garnishing a Social Security check for child support is the type of benefits the parent receives. If the parent receives Supplemental Security Income, the government does not allow anybody to garnish it because it is categorized as a welfare benefit. Other types of Social Security benefits, such as disability, retirement and survivor benefits, are subject to garnishment because they are earned income.

Study suggest doctors divorce less

Because of the long hours and stresses that come with being a doctor, it has long been speculated that doctors would have a higher rate of divorce than most couples. A new study published in a medical journal, however, suggests that the opposite is true. The findings may provide peace of mind to certain couples throughout Pennsylvania and the rest of the U.S.

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