Wills & Estate Planning
Delaware County Main Line Wills & Estate Planning Attorney
Estate planning can be stressful, but we try to take some of the stress away with our “Pay Once, Revise for Life Estate Planning Program,” and our comprehensive interview. But most importantly, we focus on drafting documents that meet your needs.
Wills, Living Wills, Powers of Attorney
Most of our clients need a Will, a Living Will (also called an “Advanced Healthcare Directive”) and a Power of Attorney. A Will outlines who receives your property (bank accounts, real estate and everything else you own). A Living Will specifies who makes health-related decisions when you are unable to do so, and also advises medical caregivers what treatment you desire, and what treatment you don’t want, when you are at the end of life and cannot explain your wishes to others. A Power of Attorney allows persons you designate to handle your personal and financial affairs when you cannot do so.
Estate Planning for Non-Traditional Families
We understand that these are often emotional decisions, and we work with you and your advisors (accountants, brokers, etc.) so that your estate will be properly structured. We also work with non-traditional families to assure that we address every client’s specific needs and concerns, including Hospital Visitation forms and an Authorization that permits a non-related loved one to handle your remains.
Have You Designated a Digital Executor to Handle Your Electronic-Internet Life?
Plus, we also focus on today’s lifestyle issues. We are one of the very few law firms that considers and advises clients about disposition of their digital assets, and will address whether you need a Digital Executor – a person who understands and can assure that all of your electronic information is finalized. In other words, this person is in charge of what happens to your Amazon account, who handles your Facebook profile, and how will all of your electronic and online assets and information be handled.
Estate planning can include the preparation of:
- Powers of Attorney
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Health Care Directives (“Living Wills”)
- Agreements for partners and non-traditional couples
Pay Only Once With Our “Pay Once, Revise for Life Estate Planning Program”
We also don’t want the pressure of fees to prevent you from planning for the future. With our “Pay Once, Revise for Life Estate Planning Program,” you only pay a fee once – when you initially draft and sign your estate planning documents. We never charge for revisions, so you can feel comfortable calling us to make changes at any time, and know that the meter won’t be running. We know of no other law firms that have a similar program focused on your peace of mind.
Of course, we promise to provide personal attention to every client. Unlike many firms, with layers of bureaucracy, we work closely with our clients and look forward to assisting you. Give us a call at (610) 446-3457 or click here to send us a message.