Attorney Marielle Hazen Talks Wills and Estates on WITF

October 19, 2023

Attorney Marielle Hazen of Hazen Law Group recently joined the hosts of WITF’s The Spark to discuss the basics of creating a will in Pennsylvania. The conversation began with the topic of Aretha Franklin’s handwritten will, discovered in a couch cushion after the singer’s...

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Steps to Take If You Have Been Facing Memory Loss

October 28, 2022

Memory loss is frightening for the person experiencing it and for their family. It may not be too significant initially, but as time goes on, the memory loss becomes more pronounced, and other difficulties emerge. While dementia or early-stage Alzheimer’s may allow a person...

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Message to valued clients, business associates and friends

March 17, 2020

At Hazen Law Group, the health and safety of our clients and business associates is our highest priority. Given the growing concerns surrounding the Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak, we want to share with you the steps we are taking to protect you and our staff...

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The Medicaid ineligibility trap

January 29, 2016

Because of the potentially financially devastating costs of long term care, Medicaid is often the safety net to protect spouses and other family members from impoverishment. For those of you who transfer assets, there is a period during which you are ineligible for Medicaid....

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The costs associated with long-term care

January 21, 2016

The cost of long-term care is dependent on the kind of care you require and the length of time that you need such care. It can also be affected by your provider and the area in which you live. The cost can be influenced...

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Guardianship laws in Pennsylvania

January 7, 2016

Upon attaining the age of 18, a person has the right to make decisions on his or her own behalf without regard to any limitations or disabilities unless he or she has been adjudicated to be incapacitated by a court. This determination is made...

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Top Ten Reasons to Get Your Estate Plan in Order

October 14, 2015

If you have not had your estate planning reviewed in the last three years, meeting with your attorney to review or prepare your estate planning should be high on your list of things to do. You need to have current Wills, Powers of Attorney,...

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