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How to Make Your Merger Business Successful

How to Make Your Merger Business Successful

As the new year quickly approaches, it can be an excellent time for new beginnings for your business. When the plans to merge your business arise, we want you to be prepared for this new venture and ensure its success. Hoegen & Associates is here to advise you on...

What to Do If a Commercial Real Estate Transaction Goes Wrong

What to Do If a Commercial Real Estate Transaction Goes Wrong

Selling or purchasing commercial real estate can be a world different from residential real estate. However, there are steps between placing an offer and finally having the keys in your hands. You may need to wait for a property inspection, completed appraisal,...

Understanding Commercial Litigation & Resolving Disputes

Is your company currently embroiled in a commercial dispute, or are you heading in that direction and want to take swift action before a lawsuit unfolds? Navigating commercial litigation and resolving disputes are never easy. As a business owner or the CEO of a...

Starting a Business in Pennsylvania: What You Need to Know

Do you dream about starting your own business? Whether you’re looking to break free from the monotony of office life and workplace rules, be your own boss, or pursue an endeavor or career path you’re passionate about, there’s never been a greater need for new...

US Eviction Moratorium is Ending: What to Know

In September 2020, the Centers for Disease Control enacted a nationwide eviction moratorium in an effort to curb homelessness and the spread of COVID-19. After multiple extensions, the US eviction moratorium is ending on July 31, 2021 ‒ which means landlords can begin...

Hoegen & Associates, P.C. Legal Scholarship 2022

As a committed and experienced legal team that is proud to provide an array of legal services, Hoegen & Associates, P.C. is dedicated to serving the community at large. We aspire to make sure that the concepts of honesty and integrity are always reflected in our...

The American Jobs Plan, Land Use, & Zoning

Although bipartisan support for the American Jobs Plan remains up in the air, the $2.3 trillion plan has garnered much attention for its proposal to tackle America’s failing infrastructure, as well as zoning and land use regulations. With the AJP on the horizon, there...

The American Jobs Plan & Construction Law

President Joe Biden has made major headway in the first year of his presidency by proposing the historic $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan. The AJP aims to repair and improve the nation’s infrastructure over the course of eight years. Hoegen & Associates, P.C. has...

When Can Force Majeure Clause Be Invoked?

It’s been an interesting year for force majeure clauses. After a 1,300-foot container ship blocked the Suez Canal for six days in March 2021, stranding hundreds of other ships carrying construction materials and supplies, industrial projects around the world went on...

Title Insurance Lawyer MontCo, PA

If you plan on getting title insurance, you should consult our title insurance lawyer in MontCo, PA. Title insurance is an important thing to have when you’re buying property. A lawyer can guide you through the process and answer all your questions. Common Myths About...

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