Unmarried fathers rights if mother dies

Unmarried fathers often face unique challenges when it comes to parental rights, especially if the mother of their child passes away. In Pennsylvania, the laws regarding unmarried fathers’ rights can be complex and confusing. It is crucial for unmarried fathers to understand their legal rights and options in the unfortunate event of the mother’s death. […]

Crafting a Flawless Purchase Agreement

Are you considering buying a business in Pennsylvania? If so, one of the most important documents you’ll need is a purchase agreement. A purchase agreement is a legally binding contract that outlines the terms and conditions of the sale. It’s crucial to craft a flawless purchase agreement to protect your interests and ensure a smooth […]

Inheritance Theft: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself

Inheritance Theft: What It Is and How to Protect Yourself When a loved one passes away, the last thing you want to think about is someone stealing their inheritance. Unfortunately, inheritance theft is a real issue that many individuals in the 412 area code and beyond face. In this blog post, we will explore what […]

Buying Property in Spain in 2021

There are various stumbling blocks when buying and selling property in Spain that can cause headaches for non Spanish speakers. Jonathan Eshkeri from E&G solicitors in Spain explains the golden rules about buying property in Spain and the potential pitfalls. The Role of the Estate Agent Estate agents introduce purchases to sellers and if you […]

Moving House During COVID-19

Guidance has been issued recently by the government with regards to buying and selling property for the public and the industry. Following the announcement from the Prime Minister, a spokesperson said that homebuyers and renters should delay moving to a new house while emergency measures are in place. If moving is really unavoidable because of […]

Do I need a solicitor to move house?

When purchasing a new house, there are several fees to consider including: mortgage payments; new insurance policies; and solicitor and estate agent fees. The legal aspects of buying or selling your property should be handled by the solicitor or the conveyancer, preferably someone able to keep you updated regularly and someone who can really support […]