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Going the distance to help immigrants

Going the distance to help immigrants

Driven by her own immigration experience when she was 6 years old, Ajla Glavasevic, an associate in Jones, Gregg’s Sharon office, aims to “go the distance to help immigrants” when she runs in the September 11th Erie Marathon. Her goal is to raise $10,000 for a Legal Assistance Fund for Immigrants…

Mandatory separation time for no-fault divorce cut in half

Mandatory separation time for no-fault divorce cut in half

On October 4, Governor Wolf signed Act 102 of 2016, cutting the mandatory separation period for a no-fault divorce in half. When the law becomes effective on December 3, 2016, the wait time for a divorce when a partner refuses consent will be reduced from two years to one year…

Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Passes Rigorous Certification Process

Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business Passes Rigorous Certification Process

Jones Gregg has obtained a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Program verification for Mr. Robert Moore, a veteran with a service-related disability who owns Penny’s Medical Supply, Inc., in Ambridge, PA. Mr. Moore’s medical supply and device wholesale and distribution company will now be given the VA’s highest procurement priority…

Criminal background checks protect tenants and landlords

Criminal background checks protect tenants and landlords

Every landlord is expected to run criminal background checks on prospective tenants in order to protect their current residents, but much more is expected of landlords leasing federally subsidized units. Because federal policy views state sex offenders as an imminent danger to other tenants, landlords renting federally subsidized housing…

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