Estate planning allows individuals and families to prepare for the future and prevent potentially devastating complications from arising down the road. Everyone can benefit from setting up some form of an estate plan. The key is to tailor your estate plan to your unique needs and goals. Unfortunately, many Pennsylvania residents lack even the most basic form of estate planning documents such as a simple will or trust.
Tackle your estate planning needs today while you have the health and judgment necessary for making important decisions. Consult with our Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, estate planning attorneys to learn how we can help.
Start planning for the future today by scheduling an initial consultation with the estate planning lawyers from Berman & Asbel, LLP. You may contact our Media law office online or you may call our firm at 484-842-0276.
Skilled and Personalized Estate Planning Representation
We provide dependable advice backed by decades of experience across the spectrum of basic estate planning and related areas, such as:
- Last wills and testaments
- Powers of attorney
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Testamentary trusts
- Estate tax credit bypass trusts
- Living trusts
- Charitable remainder trusts
- Other forms of revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Understanding estate taxes and the legal options for minimizing them
- Disability planning involving special needs trusts and other instruments to protect eligibility for Medicaid
- Guardianships and guardianship litigation
Probate and Estate Administration Services
Our lawyers also handle trust and estate administration needs, from the probate of a will to the final accounting. In the event of a dispute about the terms or enforceability of a will or trust, we can represent your interests in probate litigation or mediation.
Offering Help to All Types of Families
We work with families and couples of all kinds, including unmarried couples and same-sex couples, whether married or not.
Estate planning is not a one-time proposition. Instead, it is an ongoing process that requires periodic attention as your circumstances and your family's needs change. Our law firm can serve as your partner to help you make the most out of the protections available under estate planning laws.
What Should Your Estate Plan Look Like?
Do you need a will? Could you protect assets or care for a loved one by establishing a trust? Speak with our Media estate planning lawyers about your specific needs and goals and learn what your estate plan might look like.
Contact Us Now for an Initial Consultation
Please schedule an initial consultation with our firm today. Call us at 484-842-0276 or contact our office online.