Elder law is to estate planning what a sword is to a shield. The former works actively to protect you, the latter does so passively, and together they form a potent team that keeps you covered on all fronts. Like... More »
The $900 billion Covid-19 pandemic relief package, signed into law by President Trump on December 27, 2020, contains almost no funding for programs specific to people with disabilities, much to the disappointment of many advocacy groups. The bill extends unemployment... More »
Even if Pennsylvania’s law of Intestate Succession decides what happens to an individual’s property if they die without a will, the law cannot prevent disagreements among family members. For this reason, it is essential to plan what happens to your... More »
Parents or other family members establishing a special needs trust for their child often want to name a professional — usually a bank, trust company, attorney, certified public accountant or non-profit — as one of the trustees of the trust... More »
Some people are familiar with the term life care planning, but typically only related to personal injury lawsuits. When someone is severely injured in an accident, they may need life care planning services to help them adjust to their permanent... More »
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