Legal Malpractice Tip College Provisions in Property Settlement Agreements

College Provisions in Property Settlement Agreements

Legal Malpractice Tip: College Provisions in Property Settlement Agreements Attorneys practicing family law, and specifically divorce, are familiar with property and marital settlement agreements. Agreements which specifically state that they are to be incorporated but not merged with a divorce decree remain a contract subject to laws applicable to contracts. Property settlement agreements require the…

Business Succession Planning Seminar on January 24

Business Succession Planning Seminar on January 24

Business Succession Planning Seminar on January 24 Firm partner Edward Perkins – BS, JD, LLM (Tax), CPA is joined by colleague Martin Pezzner – BS, JD, CPA for this in-depth look at business succession planning, and three hours of complimentary Pennsylvania CLE/CPE in this free breakfast seminar. We’ll be live at the Rose Tree Corporate…

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues

Interlocutory Appeals as of Right and Waiver of Issues The Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure permit litigants to appeal certain orders even though the order has not disposed of all claims and of all parties. In other words, under certain circumstances you can take an appeal from a non-final order. Orders falling under this exception…