Pennsylvania Wills and Trusts
Estate planning is absolutely not exclusive to the wealthy. Anyone who owns real estate, has children (or other dependents), or owns almost anything of value should have an estate plan. Our goal, and hopefully yours, is to minimize costs for heirs, eliminate unnecessary work for those who survive and maximize the value of your estate.
The types of testamentary documents and asset protection tools appropriate vary among clients. We prepare, draft and assist clients with creating estate planning instruments such as: simple wills, complex wills, trusts, pour over wills (to accompany trusts).
Other legal documents that are needed by almost every client are:
- Advanced health directives (i.e., a “living will”)
Asset powers of attorney
Medical powers of attorney