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An Operating Agreement is an important document that governs your relationship with the other owners of your LLC and third parties with whom you do business. In other words, you can set the “ground rules” for the management of an LLC in your Operating Agreement and can help to avoid disputes about who has the…

You should consider choosing an LLC as your business’s form if you are an entrepreneur that wants to be protected from personal liability. If you also want to avoid having to follow formalities such as monthly meetings, notice of company voting, and the like, forming an LLC may be the best option for you. If…

Did you incur funeral expenses from the loss of a loved one due to the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, relief may be available now for you. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), a federal agency created to provide support and financial assistance to citizens when a disaster or state of emergency strikes, announced that they…

Don’t panic. It is not uncommon for an insurance company to deny a workers’ compensation claim. If you are denied workers’ compensation, you have three years from the date of your injury to file a claim with the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. In this case, it is best to hire a lawyer who is familiar…

Under Pennsylvania law, you must notify your supervisor at your place of employment within 120 days of the date of injury. Failure to do so may result in your claim being denied. We suggest that you make the report immediately after the accident. Keep in mind that to be successful, any workers’ compensation case must…

  Many times, families discover that their loved one’s Will is no longer appropriate because it does not reflect current conditions.  A Will is an important legal document, so it needs to be updated when significant events occur in your life. If you have experienced any of these milestones, it is time to update your…

After a person passes away, there are several items that need to be addressed. First is whether or not the decedent (the fancy legal word for the person that passed away) even has an estate. If you die owning anything individually, you have an estate. The keyword is “individually” – how your assets are owned….

The Law Office of Williamson, Friedberg, & Jones, LLC welcomes Attorney James Deiter.  Attorney Deiter joins Williamson, Friedberg & Jones as an Associate Attorney. His primary areas of practice are Business Law, Corporate Law, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Municipal Law, Real Estate Law, and Personal Injury Law. Attorney Deiter graduated Magna Cum Laude with a…

After a person passes away, there are several items that need to be addressed. First is whether or not the decedent (the fancy legal word for the person that passed away) even has an estate. If you die owning anything individually, you have an estate. The keyword is “individually” – how your assets are owned….

by Attorney Ashley Securda Many times I hear the word “estate” being discussed in the wrong context. To further complicate matters, the word “estate” is used in several different ways in the legal profession. Generally, an “estate” is defined as the assets an individual owns after they pass away. The first question to be answered…

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