Finding answers to questions re estate planning in Pennsylvania
3/11/2016 | Kaplin Stewart Blog
Most Pennsylvania residents understand the importance of clearly stating their wishes in a legally enforceable fashion to protect their assets and provide for their families in the event of their own deaths. The estate planning process can be complicated, depending on individual circumstances. It is not uncommon to have legal questions when determining how best to prepare a thorough plan.
Minimizing risk and avoiding potential family conflict are matters of importance often considered by those who wish to develop estate plans. An experienced estate attorney can offer guidance as to how to avoid probate litigation or secure a plan for a blended family. Issues involving taxes, business succession, wills and trusts are also pertinent to a discussion regarding thorough estate planning.
At Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C., our clear understanding of the law enables us to provide effective representation to clients throughout the state. Because every family situation is unique, we strive to customize our service to meet the particular goals of each client. Whether you are single, a business owner or married many years and simply wish to plan for the future, we are prepared to answer your questions and help you explore all available options toward executing a solid estate plan.
Though many Pennsylvania residents avoid discussions regarding their own mortality, or the possibility of becoming incapacitated, it is crucial to consider such issues if one wants to be as prepared as possible and protect the best interests of one’s family. By calling Kaplin Stewart Meloff Reiter & Stein, P.C., you can arrange a consultation to begin the process of estate planning with the assistance of experienced attorneys. We are committed to helping you manage your future and provide for your loved ones.