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April 2018 Archives

How long do I have to pay child support?

If you have been ordered by a Pennsylvania court to pay child support, you may wonder how long you will have to pay. It can sometimes be difficult to make your payments and put a financial strain on you, so it is understandable that you want to plan for when your support order ends. When a court makes a child support order, it may includes an end date. Otherwise, you have to follow the general laws. 

Common executor mistakes

If your loved one named you an executor over his or her estate, you may be feeling overwhelmed by all the responsibilities the role might entail. In addition to dealing with the emotional aftermath of your loved one’s death, you must also now navigate the estate administration process, which, in some cases, can prove highly complicated.

What are the requirements for a legal will?

Having a will is a good idea to prevent issues after your death. It can enable you to ensure your assets are distributed the way you want them to be and to provide for your minor children. However, if your will is not properly written and created following Pennsylvania law, then it could be deemed invalid by the court, leaving your assets in the hands of the state. 

Deciding if a sole proprietorship is right for you

Aspiring Pennsylvanian entrepreneurs may be a little overwhelmed when first tackling all of the rules and regulations associated with starting a business. One thing they may have heard is that sole proprietorships are the easiest of all business structures to manage, but just how true is that?

How are pets handled in divorce?

Your pets are a part of the family. When you get a divorce in Pennsylvania, it may become a struggle to figure out where the pets go. Do you get them or your spouse? Who has the right to a pet? Are pets handled by the courts in the same way as children? When it comes to Pennsylvania law, CBS explains that pets are considered property in a divorce.

Why the name of your business could land you in court

Picking out a name for a Pennsylvania business seems like a no-hassle proposition, especially compared to the legal hoops a business owner has to jump through in filing the correct paperwork, drawing up articles of incorporation, and preparing the right bank accounts. However, you might find a hidden liability sneaking up on you just by naming your business. It seems strange to believe, but giving your business the wrong name may actually land you in court.

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