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Elderly Estate Planning

According to a 2021 study by Caring.com and YouGov, the percentage of Americans age fifty-five and older who have created a will has decreased from sixty percent to forty-four percent. In comparison to the pre-pandemic years, younger adults are now…

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Estate Administration in Court

Probate is the method by which judicial officials, including probate judges, process a decedent’s will. While Pennsylvania probate laws may vary, the general process is quite similar across the country. Probate is the process of proving wills for decedents’. A…

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What is a Will?

A will is a legally binding document stating who will receive your personal property upon your death and is an important part of a comprehensive estate plan. If you die without a will (intestate), the state will distribute your assets…

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COVID World vs. Meditative Benefits

For people across the country, COVID-19 continues to be a harrowing experience. Previously unthinkable challenges, unwanted changes, and devastating losses of loved ones became all too common. Most are turning inward and exploring different forms of stress management. Whether you…

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Your Estate and Special Needs Planning

Third-party special needs trusts sometimes referred to as supplemental needs trusts are estate planning tools for those parents of children with mental/physical disabilities and the elderly. This type of trust will receive assets from you or another benefactor expressly for…

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Why You Need An Elder Law Attorney

Elder law is a highly specialized area of law focusing on the legal needs of older adults encompassing more significant issues like long-term health care needs, quality of life, and financial well-being. Specific planning may include estate planning and administration,…

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