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Penn Hills is one of Pittsburgh’s largest suburbs with 47,000 residents. Penn Hills is popular among professionals who are looking for a nice neighborhood. Over 50% of Penn Hills residents are married and over half of those also have children. Penn Hills is popular because the Penn Hills School District is making vast improvements.
 
Penn Hills is home to lawyers who are familiar with local Allegheny County courts and procedures. Lawyers in Penn Hills advise their clients on lots of different cases including bankruptcy, child custody, visa immigration, personal injury, and criminal cases like DUI and assault charges.
 
Recently in Penn Hills, residents of Allegheny County will have to look out for the next snowfall or face a fine. The ordinance was recently put back into action and says that residents must clear their sidewalks and crosswalks of snow. Failure to do such could land you the $25 dollar fine. The county had originally suspended the ordinance after heavy snows.
 
If you have an ordinance violation to fight or just wish to file a lawsuit, you’re likely to be heading to the Allegheny Court of Common Pleas. Pennsylvania Common Pleas Courts take many different cases including tort, real property, probate, civil, family, juvenile, and criminal cases among others. If you want to fight your ordinance fine, common pleas courts can handle those too. The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania handles bankruptcy.
 
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