Can the IRS Take Your House?
Wondering if the IRS can take your house? Mette Evans & Woodside explains how to keep this from happening and what options you have available.
Can You File Bankruptcy on Judgments?
Can you file bankruptcy on judgments? The answer is yes. Here’s what you need to know. Learn more from Mette Evans & Woodside.
Do You Get Out of All Debts If You Declare Bankruptcy?
If you are weighed down with debts you can’t repay, you might be considering declaring bankruptcy. Let’s consider what bankruptcy can and can’t do.
Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure?
Foreclosure can be downright terrifying. Keep reading to learn what you can do to stop foreclosure.
Pennsylvania Adopts PFAS Standards
Pennsylvania has enacted a statewide drinking water limit on PFAS, two forms of highly toxic chemicals, nicknamed “forever chemicals.” The rule sets a limit of 14 parts per trillion for perfluorooctanoic acid and 18 parts per trillion for perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, and applies to all 3,117 water systems in the Commonwealth.
Mette, Evans & Woodside Team Observe Wear Blue Day
The team at Mette, Evans & Woodside wore blue today in observance of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. #WearBlueDay
How to Contest a Will and Win in PA
If there’s a glaring problem with a will, and you wish to contest it, here’s what you should know. Learn more from Mette Evans & Woodside.
Environmental Hearing Board Clarifies the Limits of Its De Novo Review Authority
In a 2021 Opinion and Order on a Motion for Summary Judgment, the Environmental Hearing Board (EHB or Board) clarified the limits of its de novo review powers in light of an argument that a deficiency in a permit application could be cured at trial under the Board’s de novo review powers.
A New Year’s Resolution: Estate Planning
Estate planning, despite the growing number of available resources designed to educate and assist the general public with this important process, can still be a very difficult topic to tackle.
Tracy Updike to Teach Bankruptcy Law at Penn State Dickinson Law
Attorney Tracy Updike will add to her teaching credentials by teaching Bankruptcy Law during the Spring 2023 semester at Penn State Dickinson Law in Carlisle, PA.
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