If you fail to create an estate plan and die without a will, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will, in essence, prepare one for you based on the law of “intestate” succession.
Pennsylvania remains as one of the few states to impose an inheritance, or so-called “death tax,” on the heirs of its deceased residents.
On July 2nd, the Obama Administration announced, via posts on the Whitehouse Blog and the Department of Treasury’s Treasury Notes Blog, that implementation of the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate provisions will be delayed until 2015.
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- LEGAL ASSISTANT/PARALEGAL WANTEDNovember 3, 2020
Full time legal assistant/paralegal wanted for our busy office. Experience in real estate and title insurance, business, tax and estate planning preferred, with proficiency in Microsoft Office and Softpro real estate software helpful. The position involves assisting two attorneys directly, as well as providing assistance with real estate transactions to all (6) attorneys. Salary negotiable […]
- COVID-19 Message to our ClientsApril 6, 2020
In accordance with Governor Wolf’s “Green Phase” re-opening guidelines, we will continue to assist our clients with any legal questions, and remain available to assist individuals and businesses through these uncertain times.
- PENNSYLVANIA EMPLOYERS CAN BE LIABLE FOR THEFT OF EMPLOYEE CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATIONJanuary 7, 2019
PA Supreme Court ruling exposes an employer to significant potential liability in the event its computer system is hacked…
- Is My Will Still Legal?September 6, 2018
Will your new state recognize your existing Will? Why an estate planning attorney can help you…