If you are worried that disappointed heirs could contest your will or trust after you die, one option is to include a “no-contest clause” in your estate planning documents. A no-contest clause provides that if an heir... Continue Reading
Month: February 2016
In the trust and estate administration and trust and estate litigation case of In re Guffy, PICS case No. 15-1741 (C.P. Lycoming, Sept. 14, 2015) the Honorable Marc Francis Lovecchio ruled that the trustee/executor mishandled the... Continue Reading
Can liking a work colleague’s post on Facebook get you fired? According to a federal appeals court, the answer is probably no. But that could be different for health-care employees depending on the subject matter and reach... Continue Reading
Tax And Accounting Employees Met The Salary Base Test For The Professional Employee Exemption To Overtime Pay Requirements.
In the business law and employment law case of Steger, Gowie & Co. v. Bray, PICS Case No. 19-1777 (C.P. Chester Nov. 12, 2015) the Honorable Mark L. Tunnel ruled that the employees met the salary basis test for the... Continue Reading
In this economy, smart consumers are tackling projects they used to turn to pros to handle in an effort to scrimp and save. Can you do that with estate planning? Experts generally agree that there are a few aspects of estate... Continue Reading