The portion of PA’s Support Act known as the “filial support law” is still the law in Pennsylvania, despite the disharmony it can cause a family. It will continue to be used as a collection method for nursing homes, health care providers, and family members who are footing the bill for home care or nursing home expenses. What you should know…..
You should be aware of a recent scam being sent to businesses registered with the Pennsylvania Department of State (“Department of State”) and with the departments of other jurisdictions. In this scam, companies identified as Pennsylvania Corporate Compliance Company and Corporate Records Service are sending solicitations under the headings Annual Meeting Disclosure Statement and 2014 – Annual […]
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.
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