Wills Why do I need a Will?
The most common and simple reason to make a will is to decide who will get your property when you die. Without a Will (or another plan, like a living trust), your state laws determine how your property will be distributed—usually to your closest relatives, like your spouse, children or parents.
Why Shouldn't I Use an Online Will or Buy a Will Kit?
The distribution of your property at your death is a decision you should make carefully after discussing your needs and desires thoroughly with an attorney. I will discuss the consequences of your decisions and prepare a document that fits your needs.
What Do I Need to Consider When Making Out a Will?
What Happens if I Die Without a Will in the State of Pennsylvania?
Power of Attorney
What is It, and Why Do I Need It?
Power of Attorney allows someone to make business decisions for you if you become legally incapacitated. This power includes the right to sell real estate, borrow money, buy or sell stocks, pay bills and manage your affairs.