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  • Chapter 7 bankrutpcy can provide a fresh start
    Sometimes a fresh start is what is needed. For a variety of reasons, the bills have piled up, creditors are calling and the Pennsylvania resident simply cannot figure out how to make ends meet. Rather than struggling under the mound...
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  • Estate administration and computer-accessed accounts
    Computers are now a part of everyday life. Rather than write out checks to pay bills, most Pennsylvania residents simply login online, view their paperless statement and make a payment via the internet. There is no longer an easily found...
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  • Basics of the probate process in Pennsylvania
    Death is a basic fact of life that should be planned for as any other life event. The majority of Pennsylvania residents will owe debts and own assets upon their deaths. How these assets and liabilities are then handled becomes...
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  • How can you modify a child support order in Pennsylvania?
    A divorce order that was once manageable and workable may not longer meet your needs or match your current financial needs. Due to significant changes to your income and other circumstances, you may no longer be able to meet your child's...
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  • Do estate administration duties seem overwhelming?
    Dealing with the death of a loved one can cause you to experience a vast array of emotions. Your grief may seem overwhelming, but as the executor of the estate, you likely also feel a sense of duty in ensuring...
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  • Pennsylvania estate administration basics
    "What will happen to my possessions when I die?" This is a question that many Pennsylvania residents ask themselves; however, it is also a question that many do not take the time to answer completely. The answer depends upon one's...
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  • Protect yourself financially during a divorce
    No one would argue that divorce is difficult for everyone involved. It’s a very emotional time, there is an inordinate amount of stress, and that’s true even if the end of the relationship is reasonably amicable. However, marriages usually do...
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  • Deciding on whether to leave an ethical will
    What some people are referring to as an ethical will isn't a legal document or something that governs how your assets are distributed to heirs via your estate. Instead, it's a document you leave behind that helps support your...
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  • Do you owe if your relative passes away with debt?
    In most cases, you aren't personally liable for debt that someone leaves behind when he or she passes away, but that doesn't mean you don't ultimately feel the burden of that debt. Typically, the law expects debt to be...
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  • 3 reasons to consult a bankruptcy attorney now
    Consulting a bankruptcy attorney is often seen as the last resort for those going through a financial crisis, and you might think that you are capable of pulling your family up by the bootstraps and taking care of the...
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  • Gifting during the holidays can be good for your estate tax
    We've covered before that many people never have to worry about the federal estate tax since the threshold is over $5 million. It doesn't take that much these days to reach the threshold, though, especially if you own some...
  • What mistakes can you make on beneficiary forms?
    Mistakes in completing beneficiary forms for retirement accounts, investment portfolios or IRAs can cause some issues in probate and estate administration. In the best cases, beneficiary forms are aligned with all the other plans you have for your estate....
  • Heirs sometimes fight over the smallest things
    Considering what your heirs will actually want is crucial when making an estate plan. Remember that what they desire could be far different from what you assume they'll want or what you think is most important. That's why it's...
  • Prince's estate administrators negotiate songwriting rights deal
    We've previously discussed the Prince estate case several times. While most of our readers won't deal with the exact same estate matters that the mega pop star's estate does, the case is a great illustrator of the need to...
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of probate?
    For many people, probate is something to be avoided at all costs, but the fact of the matter is that you can't always avoid probate court. While smart and organized estate planning can help reduce the time your heirs...
  • You don't have to face probate matters alone
    When someone you love passes away, there are often many details to attend to. You might be involved in planning a service or cleaning out a home, or you might simply be struggling to understand your loss or explain...
  • Should you bring legal action to protect an elder relative?
    Most of the time when we talk estate and probate litigation, we're discussing matters that relate to probate processes and estate administration. There are times you might need to bring legal action before a person passes away, though, especially...
  • What are some common steps beneficiaries forget to take?
    In past blog posts, we've covered a number of things you don't want to forget about as you plan for or administrate an estate. As a beneficiary, there are several things you might forget to do or overlook, especially...
  • Tips for handling estate administration work in 2017
    Becoming the administrator of an estate can be daunting. Whether you're dealing with a small family estate or a large estate that involves corporate or creative resources, you probably have a long list of things to get done and...
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  • Understanding what an heir is
    An heir is the person who is legally situated to receive some or all of your assets upon your death. Who is and isn't your heir depends in part on the laws of the state you live or die...
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