What should be in my Estate Plan? To many people, this basic question is overwhelming and prevents the implementation of even the most basic estate plan. However, individuals can avoid this trap of inaction by initially focusing on the estate … Read more
Due to the generous amount of the Unified Tax Credit, as currently formulated under the Federal tax laws, individuals are now permitted to transfer significant wealth free of any Federal gift, estate or generation-skipping transfer (GST) taxes. However, certain favorable … Read more
Our estate planning clients frequently ask us: “who should I choose to serve as the executor of my estate?” It is a serious question that requires evaluation and contemplation. As a good coach would say, an executor needs to know … Read more
As you work to finalize your divorce, don’t forget about your estate plan. A divorce is often all-consuming, both financially and emotionally, but it is important to turn your attention to your estate plan as you emerge from a separation … Read more
Rosenn, Jenkins & Greenwald is proud to announce that Attorney Jane Smedley Anzalone was named a 2023 Super Lawyers honoree!
Jane has extensive experience in estate administration, estate planning, guardianships, commercial litigation, creditor rights and real estate. During her career, … Read more
Meet Attorney Jane Smedley Anzalone!
Jane graduated from King’s College in 1998, earning her degree in Biology with a concentration in molecular biology and a certificate in secondary education. She then graduated from the Dickinson School of Law of the … Read more
Rosenn Jenkins & Greenwald is pleased to announce the addition of Jane Smedley Anzalone, Esquire to our Estates and Tax Department!
Jane graduated in 1998 from King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, earning her degree in Biology with a concentration in … Read more
Rosenn, Jenkins, & Greenwald, LLP is seeking to hire an attorney for our Estates and Tax Practice Group. Candidates should have specific experience in advising clients in estate and tax law matters
Candidates must be currently licensed to practice law … Read more
“I want to thank both [Attorney Catherine Mihalick and Paralegal Lisa Burick] for [their] professional knowledge and timely, kind responses to any questions or concerns that I had. It was a pleasure to have [their] assistance to get me through … Read more
Are you worried about the financial future for your disabled child or grandchild? If so, you should consider establishing a Special Needs Trust to receive and manage assets for your child or grandchild. Under Pennsylvania law, a third party Special … Read more