OWM LAW COVID-19 UPDATE

As of June 8, 2020, OWM’s physical office locations are open for scheduled appointments and real estate settlements, adhering to all State and CDC guidelines for safe business operations.

Click here for PA’s COVID-19 Safety Procedures for Businesses.

Please see the Fox43 News interview with Rachel Yonkunas featuring Thomas McCabe, Esquire from OWM Law, regarding landlord tenant laws and landlords’ and tenants’ rights during the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, as many people continue to work from home and practice social distancing, you may finally have time to have your Will, Power of Attorney, and Advanced Directive completed. You may also want an attorney to review your Will and Powers of Attorney if you already have such documents. OWM Law is offering free initial estate planning phone conferences. To schedule your phone conference, please contact our office at 610-323-2800 or you may schedule via email by contacting Melanie at [email protected]. We look forward to working with you.

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Use the form to the right to subscribe to the OWM Law Monthly Newsletter. Stay up-to-date with the latest legislation, tips, advice and information from our team of attorneys in Montgomery County PA. Be sure to read our other blog articles for in-depth information from a variety of legal subjects.

Owm Newsletter – March 2020 – What Am I Supposed To Do With A Title Report That I Received From My Title Company A Few Weeks Before My Real Estate Closing?

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Owm Newsletter – January 2020 – Estate Planning: Why You Need To Check Your Beneficiary Designations

Many people periodically update their wills or other estate plans, but do not update their beneficiary designations on non-probate assets such as life insurance or retirement accounts (such as IRAs and 401(k)s). You should review your estate plan with an attorney...

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‘Tis the season to gather with loved ones, give thanks and avoid driving while under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances. This holiday season, whether you are roasting chestnuts over an open fire, helping out at the local soup kitchen, or trying to avoid...

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