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Bankruptcy for Married Couples: Do Both Spouses Need to File?

February 12, 2021

Filing bankruptcy is a serious decision. If you are unfamiliar with the different types of bankruptcy and how they work, …

When is it Too Late to Probate an Estate?

February 05, 2021

Probate is the legal process for settling a deceased person’s estate. In Pennsylvania, there is no set time limit on …

How Does Bankruptcy Filing Affect any Pending Personal Injury Cases?

January 22, 2021

If you have a pending personal injury claim, there are some important things to think about before filing bankruptcy. It …

Estate Planning Errors that You Need to Avoid

January 15, 2021

Estate planning involves more than just creating a will—there are many different elements to consider to ensure your wishes are …

Property Inheritance in Blended Families: Understand the Strategies

January 08, 2021

Blended families have been the new norm in the United States for some time now. Family dynamics can be complicated …

Planning to Sell Your Deceased Parent’s Home: Here’s What The Law Suggests

December 28, 2020

Selling a parent’s home after they pass on can be an overwhelming and emotional process. It can be especially challenging …

Do You Have Minor Heirs in Your Estate? Here’s What You Need to Do

December 18, 2020

In the age of COVID-19, ensuring that your children are protected in the event of your passing is more important …

Here’s How Bankruptcy Can Affect Child Support

December 04, 2020

Issues surrounding child support and divorce can be contentious, but when bankruptcy is involved things can become even more complicated. …

Understanding Testamentary Capacity in Drafting a Will

November 20, 2020

For a will to be considered valid in Pennsylvania, the person who creates it (testator) must be of sound mind …

Estate Planning Terminology You Should Know

November 13, 2020

Estate planning includes a lot of terminology you may not know if you are unfamiliar with this area of the …