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Preserving your priceless collection

The things that matter to you may not always make sense to your loved ones, but any enthusiast feels a closeness to their collection – whatever the medium. While most of your personal effects may not matter to you once you’ve passed, your collection may be...

On what grounds can a Will be contested?

Pennsylvania residents have been encouraged many times on this blog to engage in estate planning, including the creation of a valid and legal Will. When drafting a Will, many people let their loved ones know what to expect, which can help to prevent family disputes in...

Tips to avoid financial elder abuse

The “Baby Boom” generation is growing, as an estimated 4 million people retire and begin receiving Medicare and Social Security benefits annually. Amidst all of the change baby boomers go through while getting an estate plan organized, planning ahead for...

Estate Planning For One

As society changes, more people are living alone. Some are marrying later in life, if at all, and having fewer children. Many will reach the end of life with few if any close living relatives nearby. While people who are living alone are in many cases "making their...

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Elder Law Attorneys

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