We are pleased to share with you the following links to other websites that you may find informative or useful:
From the American Bar Association, this site provides a comprehensive discussion of estate planning topics. Not Pennsylvania specific.
An estate or trust can obtain an “EIN” via this IRS web site.
A trust company that specializes in serving families with children or other family members with disabilities.
Records from 1906 to the present can be obtained from the Pennsylvania Division of Vital Records. Certified copies of birth and death certificates can also be ordered.
Interested in creating a private foundation to handle your charitable plans? Foundation Source assists families in everything from foundation creation to ongoing management.
This web site offers a “Steps and Stages” guide for care-givers who are interested in assessing and understanding the particular level of dementia that a loved one may be at.
An excellent resource for those seeking in-depth education on the issues that arise in end-of-life decision-making.
Provides extensive reports on charitable organizations that the IRS has determined to be tax-exempt. This includes copies of Form 990’s that charities are required to file.
Wondering what the retail or trade-in value of a used car may be, or the price of a particular new car? This site provides valuation data for all such purposes.
Not a website, but a book written by Dr. Linda Rhodes, which comes highly recommended by professionals working in this area. Written in a down-to-earth, highly readable style.