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Business Contract Liquidated Damages Clause

When we put a business contract in place, we hope that everything works out as it should. We hope that the other party upholds their end of the bargain and that things proceed smoothly. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Breaches not only occur in business contracts, but they are...

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Trustee Options

If you are considering including a trust in your estate plan, you may have already begun thinking about who you want to serve as trustee. You may think about selecting a friend or a family member to serve in this role. You may want to appoint a friend or a professional...

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Taxes to Consider When Estate Planning

If you have started thinking about estate planning, congratulations are in order. You have taken an important step to protecting a future you want for yourself and your loved ones. Estate planning is a multifaceted operation. It involves a lot of different considerations and pinning down many moving parts. With all...

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What are Adhesion Contracts?

In running a business, it is likely that you will encounter a large number and wide variety of contract types. You are also likely to use a number of different contracts in running your business. Sometimes, there will be recurring contracts that need to be signed by clients, customers, and other...

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Professional Corporations

Are you looking to form a business with a group of fellow licensed professionals? Whether you are a doctor, attorney, architect, public accountant, or a member of a profession requiring some kind of licensure, you may be interested in registering your business as a professional corporation with the Pennsylvania Secretary of...

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of a Living Trust

Maybe you have only thought about estate planning, but have yet to put a plan in place. Maybe you have put an estate plan in place, but need to review and update it. Whatever stage in the estate planning process you may find yourself in, it is always a good thing...

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Comparing a Conservatorship and a Power of Attorney

There are so many legal terms in the estate planning world. The legal jargon can be overwhelming and frustrating. Estate planning is, after all, important. It is the time to put key legal protections in place that safeguard a future you want for yourself and your family. To help you wade...

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Subchapter S Versus Subchapter C Corporations

Subchapter S and Subchapter C Corporations may be similar in name, but they have some key differences of which you should be aware. After all, how you set up your business will have a profound impact on how it is set up, taxed, and run. With such a foundational choice like how...

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Single Parents and Estate Planning

Single parents, have you put an estate plan in place? We know that when you are managing kids, a household, work, and everyday responsibilities on your own, this may fall below your normal priority list. Estate planning, however, is too important to put off. This may be especially true for single parents....

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Remote Work Policies

While remote work options were on the rise in the past few years, the pervasive shutdowns and other social distancing restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have encouraged even more businesses to move to remote work or at least have the structure in place for workers to go remote should the need...

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