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The Bellomo Name

The Bellomo Name

Growing up Italian is something I am very proud of. I love my family with all of my heart. The last name Bellomo means the

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Do You Need a Trust?

Do You Need a Trust?

This question is by far the most asked question that we receive in our office. However, there is absolutely no standard or right answer for

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Caregiver Agreements and Considerations.

Caregiver Agreements and Considerations.

Caregiver agreements are often used in the Medicaid context so that a family member can be paid for their services to a loved one and

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Now is a Good Time to Review Your Estate Plan.

Now is a Good Time to Review Your Estate Plan.

It has certainly been a strange year and it feels as though we are finally heading out of it and things are “getting back to

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What is the difference between a living will and a healthcare power of attorney?

What is the difference between a living will and a healthcare power of attorney?

This is the question that I receive at least once a week in my estate planning and elder law practice.  Taken together, a Living Will and

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Having “a talk” with your parents about their long term living situation.

Having “a talk” with your parents about their long term living situation.

No, we are not talking about the birds and the bees but rather talking about having a conversation with your parents about what their wishes

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With premiums increasing drastically, should I keep my long-term care insurance?

With premiums increasing drastically, should I keep my long-term care insurance?

This is a question that I receive on a regular basis in my estate planning and elder law practice. By way of full disclosure, I

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Why Improper Planning For A Child With A Disability Can Be Catastrophic.

     Most people go through life and do not often think about planning for the future and what that might look like.  Oftentimes, when

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Sing For A Cure

Sing For A Cure

I recently performed in the lipsync contest called Sing For A Cure at York College.  Sing For A Cure is a charity event to raise

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New Rules for Family Partnerships Coming Soon

New Rules for Family Partnerships Coming Soon

The IRS has long been upset that courts have allowed wealthy families to put their assets in family partnerships or limited liability companies and receive

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Business Owners and Rising Taxes / York, PA

Business Owners and Rising Taxes / York, PA

As changes to the American Taxpayer Relief Act and the Affordable Care Act of 2012 become effective, business owners are facing escalating tax rates. Insightful

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Family Limited Partnerships: Are They as Good as They Seem? / York, PA

Family Limited Partnerships: Are They as Good as They Seem? / York, PA

Family Limited Partnerships have become a popular vehicle to preserve family businesses as part of an estate plan. They provide a way to maintain control

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