Attorney Marshall Chriswell tells us some common misconceptions about divorce.
Marshall Chriswell discusses the wisdom of parents with minor children having a will.
Marshall Chriswell talks about wills and National Make A Will Month.
On Marshall Law, attorney Marshall Chriswell talked about a new state law that will give those who have Power of Attorney for a loved one increased access to digitally-held assets.
On “Marshall Law,” attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses home DNA tests and their effect on probate law. It’s a hot topic right now in the legal community.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell says folks need to pay attention to the upcoming expiration of mortgage and renters eviction notices, and he comments on the state asking people to turn in businesses which violate coronavirus rules.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell, on “Marshall Law,” discusses liability waivers, especially during the COVID-19 era.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell, on “Marshall Law,” talks about the “discovery” process in civil lawsuits, and how important it is that plaintiffs and defendants know what the other side is using to forward their case.
Attorney Chriswell is back in the office (which by the way will soon be moving). He talks about meeting clients again in person, and he’s watching the legal cases in Harrisburg involving the governor’s Covid-19 …
Marshall Chriswell says it’s a good time to think about refinancing your mortgage, and talks about the complications that can arise for the descendants when multiple owners of a property, such as a hunting camp, …
The Covid-19 pandemic has a lot of people thinking about their estate plan, and some legal issues that require an attorney’s participation.
Attorney Chriswell says the Covid-19 crisis means many changes, but there is still much to be done in family, business, and other areas of criminal and civil law.
Discussing the legal issues surrounding adoption in Pennsylvania.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell discusses the need to protect your legal documents, including your original copies of your estate plan.
Attorney Marshall Chriswell talks about a complicated new bill being considered in the Pennsylvania House which would establish a 50-50 custody arrangement between divorcing parents.