President of CGA Law Firm, Attorney Jeffrey L. Rehmeyer, congratulates Attorneys Devon Myers Kolomick, Frank Henisse Countess, Judge John C. Uhler, and Paralegal Barb Ross and Administrator Kerri Cassel, for their recognition in Central Penn Business Journal’s Legal Excellence Awards 2021. Attorney Devon Myers Kolomick was awarded the Legal Excellence Up and Coming Lawyers Award, which honors attorneys who have been admitted to the bar for 10 years or less and demonstrate professional accomplishment, community service and a strong commitment to the legal profession early in their careers. Paralegal Barb Ross was awarded the Legal Excellence Paralegal Award, which honors… read more »
Attorney Devon Myers Kolomick has been selected by Central Penn Business Journal’s Legal Excellence Awards 2021 as an Up and Coming Lawyer! Watch the awards presentation below! Visit Devon Myers Kolomick’s Bio HERE.
A special needs trust is a wonderful tool that can empower a person with disability (“PWD”) and their family, by preserving access to benefits while at the same time protecting family assets. Family members can create a trust and name a trustee for their loved one so that assets will be held for their benefit and will not interfere with the means-based qualifications for Medicaid or SSI benefits, which are so important in today’s world. But what if the PWD is already in possession of the assets in question, or receives an unexpected inheritance or personal injury settlement? Owning or receiving such… read more »
Article by: Devon Myers The deadline to establish a sign assessment or management plan to maintain minimum levels of sign retro-reflectivity for regulatory & warning traffic signs in each municipality is quickly approaching. The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD), issued by the Federal Highway Administration, introduced new requirements regarding the retro-reflectivity of signs, originally requiring each municipality to establish the sign assessment or management plan by January 2012. That deadline has been extended to June 13, 2014. Municipalities were originally required to replace all signs that did not meet the minimum standards for retro-reflectivity by June 13, 2014;… read more »