1. To adequately insure one's condo apartment, it is important to review the condo association's bylaws and proprietary lease to find out which structural
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Moving away from home to go to college is an exciting time for most kids, but living on your own comes with some big responsibilities...
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For millennials and young adults, buying Life Insurance can be a smart, responsible financial move.
How to Get Your Pool Ready for Summer
You can buy swimming pool maintenance supplies at local pool supply or general stores, saving hundreds of dollars.
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The new year brings a host of new laws that go into effect starting Sunday.
New PA Court Rules Related to Child Custody and Parenting Coordination
The PA Supreme Court adopted new rules concerning custody that went into effect 3/1/2019. The new rules relate to parenting coordinators and open the possibility of a judicial district implementing a parenting coordination program.
The List (aka what financial documents you should keep safe—and dry)
(This post originally ran in July of 2011, but in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, it seems pertinent to run it again--especially in light of the advice in the last paragraph.) How many of you have legal and financial documents stashed in different drawers in different locations? Perhaps you have some in your home safe, some in drawers in the bedroom, others in the den and more in the office. What happens when you become sick or die? Does any one person know where all the documents are located? Probably not, including you. The Wall Street Journal published a very interesting article, The 25 Documents You Need Before You Die, addressing just this problem. The article was two pages long, very detailed and well written, so let me give you a synopsis of…
Homeowners Insurance 101
Homeowners insurance typically helps protect more than a home. Most policies also offer coverage for other structures on your property, your belongings and liability coverage, if you're found liable for another person's injuries or damage to their property.
How to Save on Homeowners Insurance
The average homeowner pays nearly $1,100 a year for home insurance, according to the latest data from the Insurance Information Institute. That’s money well spent — your rate pales in comparison…