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My Parent Remarried. Will the New Spouse Inherit Everything?

If your parent has executed a will or other estate planning documents, you may not worry about what happens to the inheritance you have discussed with them. Maybe your parent is leaving a business to you or some of the family’s heirloom furniture. Those wishes should be expressed in your parent’s estate plan.

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Probate Terms You Should Know

Settling a decedent's final affairs and distributing assets to beneficiaries often require the surviving loved ones to trudge through the probate process. During probate, the deceased person's assets are collected and evaluated, debts and taxes are paid, and the remaining assets are distributed to the rightful beneficiaries and heirs.

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Common Misconceptions About Estate Planning

Most people don’t like the concept of planning for the end of their life. On top of that, people have yet to understand what an estate plan entails and how to make one. Therefore, this usually leads to misconceptions and false assumptions surrounding estate planning. As a result, it is relatively easy for individuals to make costly mistakes when drafting their estate plans without detailed guidance or experienced representation.

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A Full-Service Personal Injury Law Firm

Our firm is a full-service law firm that offers reliable legal counsel and strong representation. Regardless of the circumstances that led to your injury, our Philadelphia-based law firm will treat your case with the personal, individualized attention it deserves.

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Understanding Act 135 in Pennsylvania

The Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservatorship Act, also known as Act 135, was put in place to ensure that residents and property owners in a community are able to report substandard or abandoned buildings in order to prevent potential risks or hazards.

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Breach of Contract Lawsuits During the COVID-19 Crisis

Pennsylvania has had more than 52,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and it can be difficult to enforce contractual agreements during such a pandemic. Although you likely understand that many Philadelphians need to stay safe at home, this is likely to have a major impact on your business.

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