2012 PA Tax Assessment Appeals – State Rules on Revised Common Level Ratio for Philadelphia Good news came to property owners can file a tax assessment appeal challenging their 2012 Philadelphia Real Estate Tax Assessments. The ongoing dispute between the City of Philadelphia and the State Tax Equalization Board (“STEB”) resulted in a decision by […] Read More

This entry was posted on Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 at 2:55 am and is filed under Assessment Appeal, AVI, Legal Blog, Philadelphia Assessment, Philadelphia Common Level Ratio, Philadelphia Tax Appeal, Real Estate, Real Estate Law, Real Estate Tax Appeal, STEB Ratio.
Diamond Engagement Ring Husband gave Wife an heirloom diamond ring as an engagement ring prior to their marriage. Husband was in possession of this ring at the time of the hearing. N.T., 5/31/11, p. 14. Both parties agreed that the value of the ring was approximately $20,000.00. Id.; Husband’s Prehearing Stmt., p. 3. Based on Wife’s credible testimony, we […] Read More

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Recognizing Parental Alienation By Robin L. Jessie-Green When couples separate, it is often due to differences in beliefs, attitude, or opinion, which cause them to grow apart. Even if these changes in relating are amicable, when it comes to deciding what is believed to be in the best interest of children caught in the middle, […] Read More

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