Will, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Estate Settlement

Our attorneys can assist you in understanding the significance of estate planning

During a person's lifetime, carefully prepared Wills, Powers of Attorney and Living Wills ensure that a person's wishes and best interest are protected. Wills are designed to distribute a person's property following death. It should provide executors and trustees with clear instructions for implementing the decedent's intentions.

Pennsylvania law requires the filing of a Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax Return within a specified period of time following the death of any resident who owns real or personal property. Depending upon the size of the estate, a Federal Tax Return may also be required. In addition to stating your wishes, estate planning documents also simplify matters for your loved ones.

Our attorneys can assist you in understanding the significance of estate planning documents and aide you in their development. In addition, we offer you the security of maintaining these original documents in our vault at no charge to you or your heirs.

For more information, contact Timothy J. Huber, Edward J. Coyle, Scott L. Grenoble, Michael S. Bechtold, David R. Warner, Jr., or Jason J. Schibinger.