So, You Can Keep Your Driver’s License? by Andrew J. Race, Esquire

The short answer is it depends. Since 1991, Pennsylvania has had a law providing for a mandatory suspension of a person’s driver’s license for convictions such as possession of a small amount of marijuana, carrying false ID, underage purchase of tobacco, underage purchase, consumption, possession or transportation of alcohol, or even truancy. Each offense carriedRead more

Tax Free Exchanges by Paul A. Lundberg, Esquire

If you are in the process of selling a commercial or investment property, there is a good chance that someone involved in the transaction will mention the possibility of using a “1031 exchange.”   People sometimes call it a “like-kind exchange” or a “deferred exchange” or a “swap.”   These are just different names for the sameRead more

Foreclosing on Vacant and Abandoned Properties by Paul C. Bametzreider, Esquire

On June 19, 2018, the Governor signed into law Act 32 of 2018 which amends Title 68 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes regulating real and personal property in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  The Act became effective as of December 16, 2018.  The Act itself addresses expedited foreclosure on both real and personal property.  More particularly,Read more