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Pennsylvania Employment Contract Templates (4)

A Pennsylvania employment contract agreement is a written document used by an employer to negotiate working conditions. Depending on the nature of employment, the employer may wish to prepare an agreement for an employee, independent contractor, or a subcontractor hired to perform their particular set of skills (e.g., roofing, electrical, plumbing). The agreement should specify general…

Pennsylvania Independent Contractor Agreement

A Pennsylvania independent contractor agreement is used to establish the working relationship between a client and a contractor. For an individual to be considered an independent contractor, they must be free from outside management of their performance and have a history of conducting such work. The agreement must describe the type of work to be…

Pennsylvania Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement

A Pennsylvania residential purchase and sale agreement establishes a legal arrangement between a buyer and a seller in a real estate transaction. The agreement addresses a variety of terms including the agreed-upon purchase price, personal items to remain on the property, closing conditions, earnest money, and other financial contingencies. Ownership of the property can only…

Pennsylvania Subcontractor Agreement

A Pennsylvania subcontractor agreement is a legally binding document between a contractor and a subcontractor that outlines the terms by which the latter must operate. The subcontractor is usually hired to complete a part of the project that they specialize in, such as masonry, plumbing, and roofing. Having a detailed contract is beneficial to both parties…

Pennsylvania Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement

A Pennsylvania commercial real estate purchase and sale agreement formalizes terms and conditions for a real estate transaction between a property owner and a potential buyer. The agreement begins as a non-binding contract that outlines various conditions of the buyer’s offer (e.g., possession date, purchase price, financial contingencies). After the agreement is prepared, it will…

Pennsylvania Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

A Pennsylvania real estate agent listing agreement is a legal contract between an agent and their client that grants the agent authority to sell the client’s real estate on their behalf. The Pennsylvania Code mentions two types of listing agreements; the exclusive agency and the exclusive right-to-sell. The latter is the most common, granting the…

Pennsylvania Estate Planning Checklist

A Pennsylvania estate planning checklist contains information and links to forms that can be used to make preparations for the distribution of an individual’s property after death, as well as their possible physical or mental incapacity. The Health Care Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney serve the latter purpose, while the Last Will and Testament or Living Trust are used to plan…

Pennsylvania Prenuptial Agreement – Template & Laws

A Pennsylvania prenuptial agreement is a contract between an engaged couple that describes how their assets will be divided should the marriage dissolve. Prenuptial agreements put emphasis primarily on the financial rights of each party, the division of property, and spousal support obligations after divorce. Certain matters which are typically unenforceable after marriage include child support…

Pennsylvania Property Management Agreement | Commercial & Residential

A Pennsylvania property management agreement is used by property owners and real estate brokers to make a legally binding contract for the management of a piece of real estate that is rented out to tenants. The broker agrees to manage the renting and maintenance of the owner’s real estate in exchange for a commission or for…

Pennsylvania Marital Settlement (Divorce) Agreement

A Pennsylvania marital settlement agreement is a divorce tool that helps married couples settle on fair terms regarding the dissolution of their marriage. A settlement agreement is not a mandatory document in all divorce cases; however, if the parties are divorcing by mutual consent (i.e., an uncontested, no-fault divorce), a marital settlement agreement is required…