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Planning your estate sooner can give you peace of mind

Many people put off planning their estate or creating a last will for years. You know that once you get married or buy a house that you ought to do it, but you keep finding excuses not to.

The truth is that it can feel nerve-wracking to consider your own death, but not doing it can leave you in a nervous sort of limbo. While we all hope for long, healthy lives, sometimes accident and sudden illnesses happen. What would happen to your family if you don't have a will?

Property and divorce in Pennsylvania

Imagine that after more than 20 years of marriage, you and your husband have decided to divorce. Now that your children are grown and living in homes of their own, you will not have to worry about a custody battle. However, during the course of your marriage, you and your husband acquired quite extensive assets. From investment real estate to a diversified portfolio of stocks and bonds in addition to your retirement accounts, dividing your marital property may be a complex endeavor.

Part of preparing for a divorce is taking steps to protect your interests. If you do not have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place, it will be up to you and your husband to agree on a fair divorce settlement. However, if you are unable to come to an agreement, then a Pennsylvania divorce court will divide the marital property for you. An experienced Pennsylvania attorney can help you through the divorce process. Read further for more information on marital property laws in Pennsylvania.

How to negotiate the best possible lease agreement

Imagine this situation: You’re looking to rent space in a new shopping mall development. You know the location is perfect, but you aren’t sure that you’ll be able to make things work out with regard to your lease.

This is where it pays to know a thing or two about how to negotiate the best possible lease agreement.

Negotiating your retail space: Part 2 of 2

Negotiating your retail space is one of the most important steps you will take on the path to owning a successful business.

In part one of this series, we looked at the physical aspects of your lease, like parking and utilities. In part two, we will talk about more abstract qualities including clauses, eminent domain, and guaranties.

Negotiating your retail space: Part 1 of 2

As a small business owner, every dollar counts. That's why you take the time to make your business decisions carefully and logically and ensure that your money is not wasted.

Picking the right retail space can mean the difference between your business succeeding or failing. But finding the right space goes beyond choosing the location with plenty of foot traffic and good parking.

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