2021 Overview of LGBTQ+ Legislation and Progress 

Biden’s first year in office has been strewn with clouds of concern for our global climate crisis, vaccination descent, capitol riot investigations and calls for police and prison system reform — just to name a few.  This time in our lives is unlike any other. The interconnectedness of our political upheaval is shedding light on the many facets of human rights that are long overdue for legal redress.  After four long years of incessant conservative, Read more…

OFFICE MOVE ALERT – Giampolo Law Group Moves to Historic Building in the Gayborhood!

After seven years, Giampolo Law Group offices are moving to a new (and bigger!) location — still on 12th Street and just two blocks down to 1221 Locust Street, Suite 202! The old office holds nostalgic value, but then again, so does our new office, which is housed inside what used to be a racquetball club! The office maintains two historically preserved, 26 ft high walls riddled with dents and scuff marks from President Woodrow Wilson and Read more…

5 Unique Aspects of International Estate Planning

5 Unique Aspects of International Estate Planning

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”]If you own property outside the United States, you likely know how important it is to carefully manage your records. But even the most careful planners can overlook some of the rare angles that should be considered with an international estate. Below are five unique aspects of international estate planning and the key to ensuring that your properties and other assets are distributed according to your wishes – no Read more…

5 Unique Aspects of International Estate Planning

Multi-State Estate Planning 101: Owning Property in Multiple States

Multi-state estate planning is complex and relies heavily on your state’s laws. New Jersey and Pennsylvania laws regarding real estate in other states can lead to common concerns and challenges for high net worth individuals. Careful planning can help create an estate plan that is in the best interest of your estate, but the plan must go further than a standard estate plan. Multi-State Estate Planning Estate planning must be unique if you own property Read more…