Lebanon Pennsylvania Family & Estate Law Blog

How is theft defined in Pennsylvania?

The crime of theft can take many different forms. This is why it is defined in different ways under the law. Categories of theft also differ significantly between states. This article will focus on how theft is defined in Pennsylvania, and on the main categories of...

Should I create a will or a living will?

Many people are confused about the differences between a will and a living will and wonder which document best fits their situation. However, a will and a living will are not variations of the same document, like how a living trust is a specific type of trust. A will...

Estate planning for the blended family

Everybody has a complicated family. For some that means drama or estrangement. For many, it means divorce, remarriage, and blended families. TV shows like Modern Family highlight that detail today, but it’s a long-running American concept – just think back to old...

What happens to your debts when you die?

When you plan an estate, you think about every detail from who inherits the house to who speaks for you in case of a medical emergency. However, we rarely think about who takes over our debt after we pass away. Between mortgages, student loans and credit card debt, it...

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