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Wills, Powers Of Attorney And Living Wills

In order to be certain that your hard-earned assets are distributed according to your wishes, a proper Pennsylvania estate plan must be in place. Not only will an estate plan provide important safeguards for your property, but it will also provide your family with an invaluable gift of security.

To best protect your future, it can be extremely beneficial to seek assistance from a qualified and professional estate planning attorney. At Family Legal Center, LLC, in Monroeville, we are dedicated to providing the services you need. Since 1996, we have worked to create estate plans that work for our client’s unique set of circumstances. Contact us at our Monroeville, Pennsylvania, office to learn more.

Plan For And Protect Your Future

An estate plan will provide your loved ones with the security and information they need to effectively carry out your wishes when it comes to things like taxes, funeral arrangements and distribution of your property. We will work to explore a variety of estate planning tools, including:

No matter what stage of life you are currently in, a well-drafted estate plan can serve many purposes for your future, and the future of your family. Parents of young children will benefit from outlining the wishes they have for their children should they unexpectedly pass away. If your child turns 18, they have reached the age of majority. This means that without their consent in the form of a power of attorney, you will no longer have access to their medical or financial records. An elderly person should have an estate plan to provide their family with the ability to properly care for them should they become incapacitated or fall seriously ill.

We Create Solid, Professional Wills And Plans

Let us help you find peace of mind through a will, trust or power of attorney or elder law issue. There is never a better time than the present. When you come to our office, you will sit down with an attorney to assess your situation. We will then help you determine what tools would be the best fit your situation. We are here as your attorney and adviser.

To schedule your consultation, call our office at 412-843-0957 or toll-free at 877-855-1067. You may also contact us online.