The Resolution Law Group has launched a new YouTube Channel - PA Elder Law. We are now recording new videos to help you better understand Pennsylvania law, Estate Planning, Probate, Wills, Trusts, POAs, Advanced Care Directives, and a whole lot more. Find us on YouTube by clicking on this link: PA ELDER LAW
Comprehensive Estate Plan, Pennsylvania estate planning introduction in 2022
Despite what you may think, estate planning should not be complicated. For this reason, attorney Scott Hoh has come up with the Comprehensive Estate Plan, and here is the breakdown for 2022. Estate planning is the process in which one plans for the unexpected, whether it be death, disability, or incapacity. Estate planning can cover the basics but we take it a step further by providing you with 2 wills, 2 powers of attorney, 2 living wills, and a comprehensive estate plan. This is the first of a series of videos where we'll break down the estate planning basics. From medical directives to memorial instructions, document drafting to trusts, we've got you covered. Please like, comment, and subscribe!
How do I talk to a loved one about Estate Planning in Pennsylvania 2022?
Do you ever ask yourself, how do I talk to a loved one about estate planning? We practice in the state of Pennsylvania and just within our state we see many cases where families can never agree with each other. It is never easy to bring up this subject but what you say to them or don't tell them could make the difference between an estate settlement that goes smooth and easy versus an estate settlement where World War III breaks out. Get started creating your estate plan with Resolution Law Group and Attorney Scott Hoh by clicking the link below!
Power of Attorney in Pennsylvania Elder Law 2022
There is power in power of attorney, and in it Pennsylvania is key you are well informed. Meeting with an estate planning attorney can be a daunting task. Elder law is no easy topic to discuss. Not only do you have to face the unpleasant prospect of planning for what happens after your death, but there are so many different factors to take into account…the whole process can quickly become overwhelming. Let us assure you: there is nothing to worry about, and the estate planning process is actually pretty painless.
Do I need a Spendthrift Clause in Pennsylvania 2022?
A spendthrift clause is a provision in a trust – most trusts contain one – that prevents a trust beneficiary from using a future distribution to secure credit. The clause also prohibits payment to a creditor if it extends credit to a beneficiary based on future distributions. It may be easier to understand what they are by describing what they do.
Top 5 goals you can accomplish with an Estate Plan in Pennsylvania 2022
Estate planning is the process of anticipating and arranging, during a person's life, for the management and disposal of that person's estate during the person's life, in the event the person becomes incapacitated and after death.
Top 5 Reasons to Include One or More Trusts in Your Estate Plan for Pennsylvania 2022
A trust is traditionally used for minimizing estate taxes and can offer other benefits as part of a well-crafted estate plan. Assets in a trust may also be able to pass outside of probate, saving time, court fees, and potentially reducing estate taxes as well. Watch this quick video for more benefits of having trust in your Estate Plan.
Four Reasons for Avoiding Probate in Pennsylvania 2022
The two main reasons to avoid probate are the time and money it can take to complete. Remember that probate is a court process, and along with the various proceedings and hearings, simply gathering assets and paying off debts of an estate can take months or even years.
Why Did You Become a Lawyer?
That's one of the great things about working directly with clients: you're always solving someone's problems. But the passion goes deeper, find out more by watching this quick video.
What is The Purpose of a Probate in Pennsylvania 2022?
The purpose of probate is to legally transfer someone's estate after they die. It may seem simple, but this process involves gathering and identifying all of the person's assets and paying off any of their debts, which can take a significant amount of time and effort. Probate is not always necessary, so speaking with an attorney before entering the probate process can help you to determine whether or not it's needed in your case.
Who Can Make a Will in Pennsylvania 2022?
Anyone can write this document on their own, and as long as it meets all of the legal requirements of the state, courts will recognize the one you wrote yourself. However, if a court finds your will partially or wholly invalid, there can be serious consequences to how your property transfers after your death. It is always best to have our team look at it and make sure all law changes are up to date.
Do I Need an Estate Planning Attorney in Pennsylvania 2022?
Welcome to Resolution Law Group in Berks County Pennsylvania - Elder Law
Our webinar series has kicked off with Legacy of Love - a guide and stories about estate planning, wills, trust, probate, and more. The benefits of having the best information at your fingertips are many. Attorney Scott G. Hoh sits down for an hour to talk with you about how to be better prepared for life.
If you have not visited our Knowledge Center, please do so. There is a huge amount of content based on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). These are broken down by practice area and are based on the questions I get from clients. We have tried to provide clear and detailed answers and there are about 50 to 60 different FAQs. In the coming months, we'll record short 2 to 4 min. YouTube videos based on all of the many FAQs from the Website's Knowledge Center. If you want a quick, clear, and concise answer to a question, please visit either the Knowledge Center or the PA Elder Law YouTube Channel. We are here to answer your questions.