skip to Main Content
Midway, PA (724) 796-3040 Erie, PA (814) 315-0123 Franklin, PA (814) 209-4699

How Does a Power of Attorney Work?

The person you trust to manage your obligations when you are no longer capable, need to be chosen with care. A power of attorney (POA), otherwise known as an agent to your principal, has the legal authority to represent and…

Read More

Age Discrimination and Elder Law

In the workplace, age discrimination is a problem that has been addressed by lawmakers since the 1960's but continues to be a serious problem. According to study.com, age discrimination is defined as "the practice of letting a person's age unfairly…

Read More

Common Medicare Scams and How to Avoid Them

The largest types of insurance fraud by far are scams against government and private health care insurers. Scammers frequently target government insurance like Medicare by stealing newly issued medical ID cards and then stealing identities. The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud…

Read More

Why Do I Need a Trust?

This is a common question we hear. Read on for information to help figure out whether you need a trust and, if so, what kind fits your specific situation. For example, maybe you have a disabled child and you want…

Read More

What Roles Do Elder Law Attorneys Fulfill?

The senior citizen population of the United States is increasing rapidly as the baby boomer generation ages, and the influx of international migration continues. Although the US average life expectancy has seen a slight three-year decline, many Americans, men and…

Read More

Six Social Security Changes Taking Effect in 2021

The Social Security Administration (SSA) publishes upcoming changes to its social security program every October that take effect on January 1 of the next year. These changes can make a difference in how you plan for or live during your…

Read More

Why Having a Letter of Instruction is Essential

Whether you are starting from scratch or have an estate plan in place a letter of instruction (LOI) is an important part of any comprehensive plan. A letter of instruction can help your loved ones manage important information about you.…

Read More
Back To Top