Jan 2019
1st Jan 2019

Estate Planning for Pets

Abington PA estate law attorneysEstate plans are designed to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of after your pass away. Loves ones often include one’s spouse, children, and other relatives. But what about pets? Unless an estate plan specifically accounts for our furry (and not so furry) companions, PA law sees them as property, no different than an old couch or a kitchen table.
1st Jan 2019

Intention to Pay or Enter an Agreement is not Legally Binding

BusinessAbington PA Business Attorneys dealings and negotiations don’t always happen in formal settings, and many terms of an agreement are often hashed out via casual conversations. At Egbert & Barnes, P. C., we are often asked about these casual negotiations, especially when things go south before a contract is drafted and signed by all involved parties.
Dec 2018
1st Dec 2018

How New Parents in PA Benefit from Estate Planning

Abington PA estate law attorneysAfter having children, most people start thinking about the long-term as they try to secure their children’s future. Along with things such as planning for college and deciding where to raise the children, parents also consider more somber scenarios, such as wondering what might happen to their child in the event that neither parent can look after him/her.