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 »
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 »
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 »
After purchasing a home and a car, a funeral is one of the next largest single expenditure consumers will ever make. Because of this, funeral pre-planning is becoming a fast-growing trend among Americans. Pre-paid funeral plans provide people with the... More »
It is never too soon to think about making an estate plan. Even if you are relatively young and healthy now, a sudden accident may leave you incapacitated and unable to make critical legal decisions for yourself going forward. By... More »
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