Will You Be Ready For What Comes Next?
The , is an experienced estate planning law firm serving the needs of clients throughout Pennsylvania. We provide knowledgeable legal counsel and advice for estate planning matters, drafting Wills, General (Durable) Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Powers of Attorney and Living Wills and creating Trusts.
Our firm understands the importance of planning for the future. We also know that it is difficult to think about a time when you are no longer available to make your wishes known. We make it easier to prepare Wills and other estate planning documents by taking a thoughtful, understanding approach with our clients. We welcome you to contact our office and discuss your needs in an initial consultation. When you are ready to formalize your wishes, we will guide you through the process and help ensure everything is in order.
To schedule an appointment with an experienced and caring estate planning attorney, call us at 215-321-4033.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Assistance
From our office in Yardley, Pennsylvania, we provide a variety of estate planning services, including:
- Drafting simple and complex Wills
- Creating simple and complex Trusts
- Formulating General (Durable) Powers of Attorney
- Writing Healthcare Powers of Attorney and Living Wills
- Petitioning For Guardianships
- Consulting and Facilitating business succession matters
Why Should You Plan For The Future?
Estate planning involves more than passing along assets to your family members. It protects your family from confusion and controversy upon your death and helps reduce taxes and avoid costly fees. It also serves as a way to ensure your wishes are carried out.
One very important reason to do estate planning services is to make a Will that provides for your minor children in case of your untimely death. You can designate in your Will a guardian for your minor children rather than have the court appoint one for you. Another reason is to create a Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Will to communicate your wishes for receiving or not receiving health care should you become incapacitated or terminally ill.
By expressing your wishes and instructions in a clear, written document, you make it easier for your family to make difficult decisions on your behalf. You also remove potentially conflicting opinions of relatives who may think they know your thoughts on your care. Your family is comforted when they know your wishes.