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What Happens If One Spouse Dies During The Divorce?

In 2005, Pennsylvania passed a law allowing one party to continue on with the divorce process, even if the other spouse died during the proceeding, as long as grounds for divorce were established before the decedent’s demise. The parties’… Read More
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An Invitation to All Pennsylvania Sworn First Responders & Military Veterans to Obtain Free Estate Documents

In partnership with the Pennsylvania Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and with sponsorship by Ballard Spahr LLP, we are proud to bring the Wills for Heroes program to you. Wills for Heroes is a free and easy service that provides Wills, Living… Read More
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The Importance of a Properly Prepared Will

A Will is the last statement you make regarding your life. It is very important that what you intend to include in your Will is stated correctly to be sure that your wishes are carried out. The primary function of a Will is to divide your assets as y… Read More
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An Interesting Article for our Lehigh Valley Clients – Allentown Planners Approve $9.2M Senior Housing Complex

The Allentown Planning Commission approved a 61-unit senior apartment project Tuesday that would allow Sacred Heart Hospital to add more services for the growing geriatric population. Read the full LVB.com article, “Allentown Planners Approve $… Read More
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New Senate Bill Calls for Assessment of a Transfer Penalty for VA Pension Applicants

A bill was introduced on June 6, 2012 by Senators Ron Wyden and Richard Burr, as well as in the House, that would impose transfer penalties for veterans applying for Aids and Attendance similar to the transfer penalties in place under Medical Assista… Read More
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