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Q&A Topic: Prenuptial, Mid-Nuptial, and Post-Nuptial AgreementsKate Vetrano View Directory Listing Q: Who needs a premarital agreement? A: Every marriage ends on one of the “D” words: Death or Divorce. Pennsylvania divorce laws and the laws governing probate and estates on death dictate the consequences of the end of the marriage. What the law provides may be perfectly acceptable to a […]
Q&A Topic: Estate and Asset Protection PlanningRobert Slutsky View Directory Listing Q: When should I start planning my estate? What documents are required? A: Estate planning is a continuous process that starts at age 18, after which parents can no longer legally make decisions for children. Often young adults don’t have children or significant financial assets, so worrying about preserving or […]
Q&A Topic: Misdemeanors and Non-Violent CrimesEnrique Latoison ​View Directory Listing   1. I’ve been charged, or am worried about somebody I know being charged, with drug possession. What are the legal ramifications? Does this apply to marijuana? The legal ramifications for somebody being charged could be an ungraded misdemeanor, possession of a small amount of marijuana or possession of a controlled […]
Q&A: Dividing the Marital EstateJordan Reilly View Directory Listing Q: If my spouse and I get a divorce, who gets to stay in the house, and who has to leave? A: Actually, both spouses have a right to stay in the house unless the Court says otherwise. Some separating couples choose to cohabitate until the divorce is finalized – […]

Q&A Topic: Prenuptial, Mid-Nuptial, and Post-Nuptial AgreementsKate Vetrano View Directory Listing Q: Who needs a premarital agreement? A: Every marriage ends on one of the “D” words: Death or Divorce. Pennsylvania divorce laws and the laws governing probate and estates on death dictate the consequences of the end of the marriage. What the law provides may be perfectly acceptable to a […]
Q&A Topic: Estate and Asset Protection PlanningRobert Slutsky View Directory Listing Q: When should I start planning my estate? What documents are required? A: Estate planning is a continuous process that starts at age 18, after which parents can no longer legally make decisions for children. Often young adults don’t have children or significant financial assets, so worrying about preserving or […]
Q&A Topic: Misdemeanors and Non-Violent CrimesEnrique Latoison ​View Directory Listing   1. I’ve been charged, or am worried about somebody I know being charged, with drug possession. What are the legal ramifications? Does this apply to marijuana? The legal ramifications for somebody being charged could be an ungraded misdemeanor, possession of a small amount of marijuana or possession of a controlled […]
Q&A: Dividing the Marital EstateJordan Reilly View Directory Listing Q: If my spouse and I get a divorce, who gets to stay in the house, and who has to leave? A: Actually, both spouses have a right to stay in the house unless the Court says otherwise. Some separating couples choose to cohabitate until the divorce is finalized – […]

Q&A Topic: Prenuptial, Mid-Nuptial, and Post-Nuptial AgreementsKate Vetrano View Directory Listing Q: Who needs a premarital agreement? A: Every marriage ends on one of the “D” words: Death or Divorce. Pennsylvania divorce laws and the laws governing probate and estates on death dictate the consequences of the end of the marriage. What the law provides may be perfectly acceptable to a […]
Q&A Topic: Estate and Asset Protection PlanningRobert Slutsky View Directory Listing Q: When should I start planning my estate? What documents are required? A: Estate planning is a continuous process that starts at age 18, after which parents can no longer legally make decisions for children. Often young adults don’t have children or significant financial assets, so worrying about preserving or […]
Q&A Topic: Misdemeanors and Non-Violent CrimesEnrique Latoison ​View Directory Listing   1. I’ve been charged, or am worried about somebody I know being charged, with drug possession. What are the legal ramifications? Does this apply to marijuana? The legal ramifications for somebody being charged could be an ungraded misdemeanor, possession of a small amount of marijuana or possession of a controlled […]
Q&A: Dividing the Marital EstateJordan Reilly View Directory Listing Q: If my spouse and I get a divorce, who gets to stay in the house, and who has to leave? A: Actually, both spouses have a right to stay in the house unless the Court says otherwise. Some separating couples choose to cohabitate until the divorce is finalized – […]