Full-Service Representation For Individuals & Businesses
The , represents individuals and businesses throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the areas of estate planning, contracts, elder law, business formations, business succession planning, and estate administration and probate. If you need to speak with an experienced Pennsylvania lawyer, call our offices in Yardley at 215-321-4033.
Offering A Variety Of Legal Practice Areas
The firm is pleased to represent clients in the following areas of practice:
At our offices, our goal is to protect your assets and your family by providing estate planning services that reduce exposure to unnecessary estate taxes, and assist in the efficient transfer of your assets to your family and loved ones. To that end, we can help you draft or prepare:
- Living wills
- Powers of attorney, including health care powers of attorney, and financial powers of attorney
- Charitable estate planning documents
We pride ourselves on making our clients’ lives easier. Let us protect you and your family by drafting a living will, assisting with long-term health care planning or filing a motion to appoint a guardian for a family member in need of supervision. We can also draft a financial or health care power of attorney on your behalf.
Estate Administration And Probate
If you or a family member needs an attorney for an estate that is in the probate process, we can help. We understand how difficult this time is for you, and we strive to make the process as simple and convenient as possible.
Business Formations And Business Entities
Our office represents individuals in Pennsylvania who want to start a business. Making the right business formation decision can reduce your exposure to taxes, and reduce the exposure of your assets in the event of business losses or lawsuits. To learn more about forming an LLC, LP, subchapter S corporation, general partnership or any other business entity, call our office for assistance.
Contracts – Drafting, Review And Negotiations
Our firm represents individuals and businesses in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts. These may include contracts such as license agreements, marketing agreements, acquisition agreements and joint ventures.
Business Succession Planning
The goal of business succession planning is to prepare for what will happen to your business and its interests in the event of your death, retirement or incapacity. We can help you protect the enterprise you have worked hard to build.