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With two office locations conveniently located in Scranton and Kingston, LaMonica Law Firm serves clients throughout NEPA, including Lackawanna, Luzerne, Wayne, Wyoming, and Susquehanna Counties in practice areas including:
For most people, the term “estate planning” means deciding who will receive their possessions after they die. It seems like something that there is plenty of time to think about later, and there is always something more pressing to do tod… Read More
Wills and trusts are the essential foundation documents of most estate plans. They operate differently, and while they accomplish some of the same tasks (like passing on your assets to the people you intend to receive them), you may need to have both… Read More
An important aspect of estate planning focuses on events during your life, not what happens after your death. Powers of attorney and advance health care directives help you maintain control of your most important and personal decisions if you become… Read More
A common source of confusion in estate planning is the difference between estate and inheritance tax. Many people assume these are two different names for the same thing, and this assumption can be a costly mistake. Estate tax is a tax on your right… Read More
When a person dies, all of that person’s assets need to be accounted for and distributed. Taxes and debts need to be paid. Beneficiaries of insurance policies and stipulations in a will need to be paid. These things don’t happen by themse… Read More
Thousands of veterans file disability claims each year for service-connected conditions, only to have the government reject or deny their claims. If you have a condition or disability related to your military service, and have been denied your applic… Read More