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What Happens to a Reverse Mortgage After Death?

Seniors may be eligible to take out a reverse mortgage loan by converting their home equity. However, a reverse mortgage isn’t free money and must be paid back once the borrower dies, sells, or vacates the property.

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Does a Spouse Inherit Everything in Pennsylvania?

If you lose a spouse, unless there is a living trust, you and any other remaining family members will have to undergo probate proceedings to distribute the decedent’s assets to beneficiaries.

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Are Handwritten Documents Valid in Estate Planning?

Estate planning documents are best handled with the assistance of an experienced Pennsylvania estate planning attorney.

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ESOP is Not a Fable

President Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan has created both an opportunity and some concerns about the prospective increase in capital gains tax and the impact on ESOP formation which is one of the key tax benefits to current sellers in the 1042 rollover. IRS Code Section 1042 is an elective provision that allows individuals, partnerships, trusts, and estates that sell shares of stock of a C-corporation to an ESOP to choose not to recognize the long-term capital gain realized in connection with the sale for federal income tax purposes by investing in eligible US securities.

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Family Law FAQs

When life throws you a curveball, you need someone on your side who knows how to listen and help. At Luvara Law Group LLC, we’re committed to hearing your side of the story so we can fully understand your needs and help you recognize what options are in front of you.

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Pennsylvania Covenants Not to Compete

With the recent realignment of business as a result of the pandemic, restriction over employee changes in employment have caused a rash or legal conflicts. It seems to be as a result of business owner and management attempts to protect against the hemorrhaging which occurred in sales and profitability because of the crisis of COVID.

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The First 72 Hours After

Being involved in a motor vehicle accident, getting served with divorce papers, or being arrested or indicted for a crime can be difficult and overwhelming experiences. The moments following any of these incidents or events can be confusing to sort through. However, what you do – or fail to do – in that period can significantly determine the aftermath.

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Tax Credit Information for 2021-2022

Tax season doesn’t have to be a stressful time of year. And for many people, it’s an opportunity to claim additional money. Thanks to the American Rescue Plan, more Americans can claim larger Child Tax Credits and Earned Income Tax Credits for 2021.

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Tax Planning For 2022

This is the time to plan for your taxes for 2022. It is something to plan for now. The tax year 2022 adjustments described below generally apply to tax returns filed in 2023.

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Privacy Article

Recently, candidates for Michigan's next attorney general said they believed that Griswold v. Connecticut, the 1965 Supreme Court decision that said contraceptive purchases which were shielded by a right to privacy was wrongly decided. One of the candidates stated that, “This case, much like Roe v. Wade, I believe, was wrongly decided because it was an issue that trampled upon states' rights," said former Michigan House Speaker Tom Leonard.

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