Trusted Estate Planning And Estate Administration Representation
With law offices in Pottstown and Reading, the attorneys at Rick Law, handle estate planning and estate administration issues for clients throughout Montgomery, Berks, Chester, Lehigh, Lancaster, Schuylkill and Delaware counties, and throughout surrounding Pennsylvania communities. If you live in another state or country but have interest in an estate in Pennsylvania, we can provide you with the trusted and local representation you need.
Placing Your Wishes In Capable Hands
Establishing an estate plan fulfills a number of critical legal and financial objectives, such as deciding how your wealth and assets are to be distributed upon death. Our attorneys will work with you closely to craft an estate plan tailored to your unique needs and wishes, drafting wills and trusts, powers of attorney and other estate planning documents that protect your assets and provide for your loved ones in the face of an uncertain future.
Protecting Your Interests In Estate Administration
The death of a loved one is accompanied by a number of complex legal and financial challenges. Our attorneys have extensive experience guiding individuals and families through the estate administration and can protect your rights and interests every step of the way. We represent heirs, beneficiaries, personal representatives, fiduciaries and anyone with interest in an estate in Pennsylvania. When estate disputes arise, we work diligently to resolve them in a favorable and cost-effective manner.
Standing Up For Pennsylvania Elders
Our attorneys have been serving the needs of the aging population in Berks County for more than 25 years. Although providing many of the same services under the term “estate planning,” legal services for the elder population became known as elder law in the 1990s.
Our elder law attorneys handle the provision of legal services to meet the needs of the elderly community including, but not limited to:
- Traditional estate planning such as wills, powers of attorney, guardianships and living wills
- Tax planning, often relating to retirement
- Social Security and pension issues
- Medical insurance issues relating to Medicare
- Medigap insurance and long-term care insurance
- Long-term care planning for nursing home admissions, often known as Medicaid planning
These issues arise for various population subgroups, including the elderly and their caregivers.
Get The Legal Help You Need
To arrange a consultation with one of our experienced estate planning attorneys, contact us online or by telephone at 610-850-9036.