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YCEA y CGA Manual Legal para la Comunidad Latina

access_time Posted on: July 21st, 2020

CASA, 225 East Princess Street, York, Pennsylvania 17403 REGÍSTRATE AHORA La abogada, Liliana García Fisher de CGA Law Firm, ofrecerá una cartilla legal atractiva e interactiva sobre temas enviados anónimamente por parte de miembros de la comunidad Latina. Los temas de conversación incluyen la contratación de un abogado, el manejo de citaciones penales/de tráfico, problemas de bienes y racices, los pasos correctos a seguir cuando surge una demanda, la preparación de un testamento, la respuesta a preguntas sobre contratistas, la comprensión de los asuntos del propietario e inquilino y mucho más. Únase a la abogada, Liliana García Fisher de CGA… read more »

YCEA and CGA Legal Primer for the Latino Community

access_time Posted on: June 23rd, 2020

Location: 225 East Princess Street, York, Pennsylvania 17403 REGISTER NOW The York County Economic Alliance and CGA Attorney Liliana Garcia Fisher will provide an engaging and interactive legal primer on topics submitted anonymously from members of the Latino community.  Conversation topics include hiring an attorney, handling criminal law/traffic citations, managing real estate issues, taking the correct steps when you’re sued, preparing a will, addressing contractor questions, understanding landlord/tenant matters, and much more.  Join CGA Attorney Liliana Fisher for an enjoyable and informative working-lunch during which she will provide insight, answer questions, and share valuable tips. We look forward to seeing you there!… read more »

COVID-19 UPDATE: Pennsylvania Court Closures (Civil Cases)

access_time Posted on: April 8th, 2020

COVID-19 UPDATE: Pennsylvania Court Closures as of April 8, 2020 The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has declared a statewide judicial emergency which has resulted in courts closing to the public.  Many hearings have been cancelled or transferred to remote technology although some will still occur.  Delinquency cases, dependency cases and some criminal cases are still proceeding at this time.  However, civil cases have largely been put on hold.   This article deals primarily with civil cases and is not geared towards family law or criminal matters.  Family law, Orphans Court, and criminal matters may be proceeding as planned Unless your attorney has informed you otherwise.  On… read more »