Will Contests of the Rich and Famous Webinar on April 19

Will Contests of the Rich and Famous Webinar on April 19

Will Contests of the Rich and Famous Webinar on April 19 Attorneys Edward L. Perkins and Paul Fellman will present “Will Contests of the Rich and Famous” a live Webinar – on Thursday April 19, 2018. This program is available for CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE in various states, including…

Federal Estate Tax Update Webinar on February 15

Federal Estate Tax Update Webinar on February 15

Federal Estate Tax Update Webinar on February 15 Firm Partner Edward L. Perkins will present a “Federal Estate Tax Update – Including the Impact of the New Tax Act,” live Webinar – on Thursday February 15, 2018. This program is available for 2 hours of CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE…

December 12 Perkins Lectures for PBI on Estate Planning

December 12: Perkins Lectures for PBI on Estate Planning

December 12:  Perkins Lectures for PBI on Estate Planning On December 12, 2017, firm Partner Edward L. Perkin JD, LLM (Tax), CPA, will lecture on ‘Elections and Disclaimers in Estates:  Maximizing Benefits’ at the CLE Conference Center in Philadelphia’s historic Wanamaker Building.  The program will run from 9:00AM to 12:15PM, with Mr. Perkins being joined…

Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19

Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19

Employment Agreements Webinar on December 19 Firm Partner Edward L. Perkins, along with Michael Siddons, will present a “Drafting & Understanding Employment Agreements” Webinar on Tuesday December 19, 2017. This program is available for CPE credit in states under NASBA jurisdiction and also CLE in various states, including Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Texas, and New…

Orphans’ Court Alert Probating an Unsigned Will

Orphans’ Court Alert: Probating an Unsigned Will

Probating an Unsigned Will It’s a basic principle of estate planning that every will must be in writing and signed at the end by the testator. Upon the testator’s death, the original will must be presented to the register of wills for probate. The original, rather than a signed copy, is preferred to avoid challenge…