Pennsylvania has just passed an important new law that clarifies both who has the right to access digital assets and the procedures for doing so after the owner dies or becomes incapacitated. This long-overdue law has implications for wills, trusts, and financial powers of attorney. If, like most people, you are the owner of digital assets, you may wish to update your estate planning documents to take advantage of the new law and ensure that your digital assets are managed as you intend.
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On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled that an employer who terminates an employee because that employee is gay or transgender violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
This resource for businesses recaps some of Pennsylvania’s Yellow Phase requirements and introduces some Green Phase requirements.
GKH clients can now sign legal documents outside under a tent while maintaining a safe distance from attorneys, witnesses and notary.