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By: Robert B. George, Esquire [email protected] The notoriety of Britney Spears, and the accompanying coverage throughout the United States via various news and social media outlets, has brought the issue of conservatorship, more commonly known as guardianship in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the forefront in the minds of many individuals who may not have […]

Making A Clean Break? Early Termination Of A Residential Lease Agreement

By: Robert B. George, Esquire A Residential Lease Agreement is essentially a contract between a landlord and a tenant, in which each is bound absent a legally recognizable breach or some mutual agreement between the parties.  As a general rule, a tenant is bound to the length of the lease unless the landlord violates the […]

New Year but Old Estate Plan? It’s Time to Review It

  By:    Robert B. George, Esquire A common misconception many people have about estate planning is that once it’s initially finished, the job is done forever. The reality, however, is that an effective estate plan, much like one’s own life, is ever-changing, and should be reviewed periodically to see what needs to be updated […]


By: Matthew H. Fry, Esquire As we learned from last month’s blog, the failure to plan for the future could drain your assets and have serious consequences for your family.  We also learned about what NOT to do, from the rich and famous, when creating your estate plan.  Here we have even more examples of […]

Our Heroes Are Not the Only Ones Who Need an Estate Plan

By: Matthew H. Fry, Esquire [email protected] Several years ago, I began volunteering for Wills for Heroes, a non-profit organization that provides free basic estate plans to military veterans, police, firefighters, correction officers and first responders. Wills for Heroes was formed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, in response to a staggering statistic that over 90% of […]

New Power of Attorney Law

by Robert M. Diorio The Pennsylvania Legislature has mandated certain changes to Powers of Attorney as of January 1, 2015, which, among other provisions, include: All Powers of Attorney must now be notarized, and witnessed by two individuals.  However, the Agent cannot be the Notary, or serve as one of the witnesses. The Notice to […]

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