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When you own a business, it’s critically important to have a will to protect your wishes and ensure you have a sound succession plan in case you pass away before you retire or sell the company. With a will, you can specify the individuals you would like to inherit your assets and property, including your […]
As most people know, Pennsylvania recognizes the ownership concept of tenants by the entireties. That is, the assets held jointly by a husband and wife ordinarily cannot be levied and executed upon by a creditor holding a judgment against only one spouse. Assuming then that the Lender is obtaining either a Guaranty Agreement or simply […]
In Kaymark v.Bank of America, N.A., Udren Law Offices, P.C. , 783 F.3d 168, (3rd Cir. 2015), the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held that mortgage foreclosure complaints cannot contain allegations and claims for attorney’s fees expected to be incurred through the foreclosure process, but not yet incurred as of the time the complaint is […]
Experienced Attorneys Handling Contested and Uncontested Divorces in PA Guiding you through the divorce process in Pittsburgh After making the difficult decision to get a divorce, your next step is to determine which process will assist you in accomplishing your goals. In Pennsylvania, there are several options, including a contested divorce, or an uncontested divorce. […]
Helping you draft pre- and post-nuptial agreements in Pennsylvania When contemplating marriage, it is important to protect your assets, both those you have prior to marriage and those you may accumulate after marriage. A prenuptial agreement is a contract that a couple signs before they are married, outlining asset and debt division in the event […]
Much has been written about Pennsylvania’s Act 95, the new Powers of Attorney (POA) Law. The Estate Planning and Administration Bar has studied and commented at length regarding its revised Notice, Witness and other provisions. However, the new POA Statute also has a somewhat inexplicable provision, directly affecting commercial lenders. Most commercial loan notes in […]
Automobile accidents can happen to anyone at any time. If you are involved in an accident, it is important to do all of the following: 1. Get Help: Stay Calm and call an ambulance for anyone who is injured. If anyone is in need of medical attention or if any of the vehicles involved need […]
We represent injured people from all walks of life who have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Whether you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, a trip or slip and fall accident, because of a defective product or due to medical malpractice, if you are harmed as a result of […]
I Have Been Injured By Another’s Negligence, How Long Do I Have To Make a Claim, and Does the Same Time Period Apply to a Minor?
In Pennsylvania, a statute of limitations exists which serves to limit the amount of time within which a person may bring a lawsuit. The Statute of Limitations for personal injury matters (automobile accidents, medical malpractice, slips and falls, dog bites and product liability claims) is typically expires two years from the date that another’s negligence […]
My Baby Has Cerebral Palsy or a Brain Injury. Is it Possible That Cerebral Palsy or Brain Injury in a Baby Resulted From Medical Negligence?
It is entirely possible that cerebral palsy or a brain injury which is present in a baby from the time of his or her birth is a consequence of medical malpractice or negligence in the process of delivery. Understanding the causes of a brain injury or cerebral palsy resulting from delivery requires a brief lesson […]