This is the missing life skills course from your high school or college education. In this course you will learn to find and research the laws that govern your behavior as a resident of Pennsylvania. You will learn the difference between Federal and State and Municipal laws and which type of behavior each of them regulates. You will also learn the difference between a" law" and a "regulation" and "contract law."
If you have been served with a complaint or summons or citation, this course will teach you to do some preliminary research to determine whether or not you need a lawyer. If you do need a lawyer, the course will teach you which items are important to prove your case.
This course is also designed for individuals who run a business or nonprofit institution and who need to know the rules which regulate their conduct to work efficiently with counsel.
Robert Gasparro is an attorney, accountant, adjunct professor, and manager of Lifespan Legal Services, where he conducts a practice focused on elder law and estate planning. His background in accounting assists in obtaining maximum benefits for a senior given the financial resources available for care. His legal background assists in drafting legal documents necessary to implement a plan. His educational background assists in course development and presentation.