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Apr 08, 2020

Governor Wolf Approves Temporary Limited Suspension of Rule Requiring Physical Presence of Notaries for Estate Planning Documents

On April 2, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor Wolf approved a temporary and limited suspension of current law 57 Pa.C.S. § 306, which requires the physical presence of notaries, for estate planning documents that require notarization or for which notarization is considered best practice.» Read More

Nov 26, 2018

Estate Planning for New Parents

Last month, I wrote a blog about the importance of proper estate planning for newlyweds.

After your wedding, you and your new spouse may be blessed with a child.  As you prepare the nursery and debate potential names, you should also consider an update to your personal estate plan.» Read More

Oct 31, 2018

Legal Documents Your 18-Year-Old Might Need

If you are about to send your 18-year-old off to college, you are probably busy with last-minute shopping, packing and worrying about roommates.  But have you considered what happens if your child lands in the hospital after a car accident or a serious illness?» Read More