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Drafting Wills and Trusts in Pennsylvania, 2nd Edition

Completely revamped and revised for 2015, Drafting Wills and Trusts in Pennsylvania offers insightful step-by-step instructions on drafting sample clauses for simple wills, pour-over wills, trusts under wills, trusts under deeds, and codicils.

Collecting & Enforcing Judgments in Pennsylvania

Regardless of the type of law you practice, you will likely face the challenging task of collecting and enforcing a judgment. You will find all you need to get started—from how-to instructions to relevant forms—within the pages of this book!

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Super Bowl Syndrome: The Drinking Dangers That Land Your Clients Behind Bars

Celebrating Super Bowl Sunday often goes hand-in-hand with consuming alcoholic beverages.

February 9th, 2016|General|0 Comments

No Fraud Exception to Confidential Spousal Communication Privilege

There is no fraud exception to Pennsylvania’s civil spousal communication privilege, the Superior Court held in CAP Glass, Inc. v. Coffman.

January 29th, 2016|Civil Litigation, General|0 Comments

Slayer Act Bars Defendant found Guilty but Mentally Ill from Inheriting Victim’s Estate

A verdict of guilty but mentally ill for first-degree murder bars a killer from inheriting from the decedent’s estate, the Pennsylvania Superior Court held in In re Estate of McAndrew.

January 26th, 2016|Criminal Law, Estate Planning and Administration|0 Comments

Prosecutorial Experience now Relevant for Qualification as Defense Counsel in Capital Cases

An attorney’s prior experience as a prosecutor is relevant to his or her qualification to represent a capital case defendant, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court announced in a recent order amending the official Comment to Rule of Criminal Procedure 801.

January 25th, 2016|Criminal Law|0 Comments


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