- Will your probate get stuck in the mud?
Jan 31, 2018Probate is one of those mysterious events that most people misunderstand. You may have heard from others that the purpose of estate planning is to avoid probate. While planning well to avoid probate may spare your estate some money in the form of taxes, few people take the time to make those plans, leaving loved ones to face the uncertainty that accompanies the settling of an estate. One of the most common questions people...Read More
- Administering an estate means many responsibilities for executors
Jan 30, 2018Accepting the role of estate executor is a serious responsibility. Many people take numerous aspects into consideration before they choose an executor, and a loved one may have approached you to take on the position. Though you understood the importance of the decision, you may not have fully known what actions you would have to perform when you agreed to become executor. Administering an estate requires that the executor follows certain legal steps and...Read More
- How a living trust can protect your business in a divorce
Jan 25, 2018You thought you had it all. You met the love of your life, got married and bought your dream home. You finally dropped that last 15 pounds and even ran your first marathon. You worked up the courage to quit your job and started your own publishing company–which has been thriving. Suddenly things went south. Your relationship hit the rocks. Things were said and done that can’t be taken back, and now you’re facing...Read More
- What should you consider when looking for a guardian?
Dec 8, 2017Your children are undoubtedly the most important part of your life. Though you may wonder whether you are doing a good job as a parent, you certainly do your best to ensure that your kids feel loved and are well taken care of. You may hope that you will have the ability to always provide that care for your children, but you likely know that the possibility of death, incapacitation or serious injury can result...Read More
- Does an employer want you to agree to restrictive covenants?
Dec 5, 2017After a long job search, you may have finally received an offer that has you feeling excited. The position may allow you to use your skills and education while also offering a comfortable salary. As a result, you may feel ready to jump right in and get started to get your career on an upward path. Though your enthusiasm may be warranted, you may want to proceed with some caution. If your prospective employer...Read More
MEET ATTORNEY MICHAEL D. RITIGSTEIN
Michael Ritigstein is a Founding Partner of the firm concentrating his efforts in supporting the firm's litigation, corporate and estate matters. Mr. Ritigstein graduated from the University of Delaware in 1996 and Seton Hall University School of Law in 2000. In 2007 he received a Masters of Law in Taxation with a concentration in Estate Planning, from Temple University's Beasley School of Law.
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