12.18.2013 | by Tom Rose
In the world according to George Costanza of “Seinfeld” fame, a lie isn’t a lie if you believe it to be true.
11.14.2013 | by Chris Frye
“No one is so brave that he is not disturbed by something unexpected.” This is a famous quote by Julius Caesar, and we here at Steidl and Steinberg wholeheartedly agree with the famous Roman emperor. Many of our clients have never had a reason to see an attorney. For many, going to see an attorney can, in fact, be somewhat disturbing, especially when the issue is related to debt problems. Hopefully, this short article will alleviate some of this anxiety by letting you know exactly what to expect when you come to my office.
08.14.2013 | by Lauren Lamb
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve heard about the Allegheny County real estate tax reassessment mess that started in early 2012. Thousands were up in arms because they felt their homes were over-assessed, meaning they would pay more in real estate taxes than they should. At the time, the impact of the new assessment values seemed far off, because the new assessment would not impact the amount homeowners paid in taxes until 2013. Allegheny County gave disgruntled homeowners a chance to appeal their reassessment two times, once in 2012 and once in 2013, before the reassessment values went into effect.