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Do you REALLY need a Revocable Living Trust?

05/12
A “Revocable Living Trust,” is often suggested as a Will substitute and an estate planning tool that will protect an individual’s assets, ensure they are quickly passed on to beneficiaries upon death and avoids creditor claims. A trust is referred... More »

Does Your Child’s Special Needs Trust Need a Tune-Up? Probably.

04/27
Remember how satisfying it was setting up a trust for your child with special needs? You named a trustee and a successor trustee, signed the paperwork, and paid the legal bills, and then you rested easy at night knowing you... More »

The Top Eight Mistakes People Make With Medicaid

03/21
Medicaid planning can be a difficult and confusing process. The following are some common mistakes people make when planning to apply for Medicaid. Thinking it’s too late to plan. It’s almost never too late to take planning steps, even after... More »

Elder Law and Estate Planning: How They Differ and Why Both Matter

03/15
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 »

3 Dangers of Do-It-Yourself Estate Planning

03/08
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 »
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