short answer to our title question today is yes, you absolutely can challenge a
questionable will—with the help
of an experienced probate and estates lawyer who fully understands how
to contest a will, that is.
should you challenge your loved one’s will? That is the bigger
question. And today’s blog post focuses on when you might consider initiating a will contest—and
how to go about it the right way.Continue reading “Probate & Estates FAQ: Can I Challenge My Loved One’s Will?”
It’s hard to believe that tax time is upon us once again. Just
like the blooming daffodils and our Lancaster Country farmers preparing their
fields for planting, tax time is a springtime ritual—even if no one celebrates it!
With that in mind, you probably landed on this article
because you have nagging questions about working through various types of
estate-related taxes. You’ve come to the right place, as we often cover taxing
matters related to estate administration here
on the blog.Continue reading “How to File Estate-Related Taxes in Pennsylvania”
A little while ago, we published a post here on the blog as
part of our Complete Guide to Estate Planning
series covering all of the
most vital estate planning documentation you need to consider.
High on that list of essential documents is a power of attorney (POA) designation—or perhaps more than one—allowing you to designate a specific trusted individual or individuals, like family members or other loved ones, to be in charge of your affairs or help you make financial decisions, healthcare decisions, and more.
Today’s post focuses a little bit more closely on why experienced
probate and estate lawyers strongly recommend setting up POA
designations as part of your estate plan to be fully prepared for all eventualities
as you age. In the question of guardianship vs. POA, you want to avoid your
family needing to seek guardianship.Continue reading “Guardianship Versus Power of Attorney Designations: What’s the Difference?”
Because we spend so much time in our vehicles—commuting,
driving kids to school and activities, traveling to visit friends and family
members—one of the most common ways people are seriously injured today is in car accidents.
While crashes less frequently involve drunk driving now than they did many
years ago—thanks to tougher penalties for DUI (driving under the influence of
alcohol or other substances) and overall better education about why it’s a bad
idea to drink and drive—drunk driving accidents are still unfortunately common.
Today’s blog post answers some of the major questions that people
have about drunk
driving accidents, including how to protect themselves from becoming a
victim in one of these tragic personal
injury or wrongful death incidents. However, if you’ve already been
involved in a drunk driving accident, we have essential advice for you, too.
Read on for more.Continue reading “6 of Your Biggest Questions About Drunk Driving Accidents”
LANCASTER, PA. (August 24, 2019) –
May, May & Zimmerman (MMZ), a
client-focused general law firm in Lancaster County, Pa., is excited to
announce their recent expansion in the practice area of personal injury law.Continue reading “May, May & Zimmerman Expanding Practice into Personal Injury Law”