Incorporated into the more than 5,000 page bill are provisions that impact residential landlords.
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Health and safety concerns, protocols and requirements regarding the pandemic have had significant effect within real estate operations.
Thinking about buying or selling your home in 2020? The current housing market is the sellers’ dream.
In general, choosing which school learning model is best for your child can lead to custodial and child support implications, so it is not surprising to see an uptick in custodial disputes between divorced or separated parents regarding the non-traditional reopening plans schools have implemented in response to COVID-19.
Regardless of Governor Wolf’s motion to stay being denied, and any potential result coming out of the 3rd Circuit, COVID-19 has severely impacted private businesses around the country, and they want answers.
While there is no specific evidence pointing to the correlation between the current divorce filings and the pandemic, family lawyers have noted the increase in filing requests since the outbreak of COVID-19.
After much speculation as to what, if any, restrictions would apply to residential evictions after Governor Wolf’s moratorium expired, the CDC has announced a temporary halt to residential evictions to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
For those taxpayers who have a bank account on file with the IRS, the funds are directly deposited. Others without an account on file, or who do not file federal income taxes, will receive a check in the mail. One unfortunate outcome of sending money out to every eligible taxpayer is that some of those individuals passed away before receiving the payment.
Together, these Acts have bolstered the flexibility required for schools to continue services, where possible, and maintain operations.
Services to be provided to students identified as eligible under the IDEA and Section 504 continue to be applicable during the time that schools are closed.