The House Judiciary Committee will vote on several bills currently before the committee:
o House Bill 1366
would establish the PA Family Law Arbitration Act (PFLAA) and creates a statutory scheme for the arbitration of family law disputes.
o House Bill 1822
would increase the statutory limit for when financial institutions can distribute funds to specified family members of deceased individuals without the need for probate.
o House Bill 1985
would establish an exception to the Wiretap Act to permit individuals to intercept the oral communications of telemarketers for the purpose of enforcing current consumer protection laws.
o House Bill 2016
would clarify that only probate assets are to be considered when evaluating the $50,000 estate value limitation for a small estate petition.
o House Bill 2039
would establish the right of a crime victim to be notified of a proceeding where a defendant’s bail could be modified and, subject to limitation, to be offered the opportunity to provide input.
o House Bill 2046
would close a loophole by requiring that a person acting as a bail bondsman not for compensation conform with the necessary licensure requirements for other bail bondsmen.
Chairman Rob Kauffman (R-Franklin) and members of the committee.
Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 10 a.m.
WHERE: 515 Irvis Office Building, Capitol Complex
LIVE WEBSTREAMING: PAHouseGOP.com
Tricia Lehman, 717.772.9840, email@example.com