Long-Term Care Planning Lawyers Serving Southern Pennsylvania
As the population of the state and country increases in age, there is more importance placed on planning for the future. Elderly individuals, and their families, can have peace of mind when estate and care questions are addressed by an experienced elder law attorney. Each client has different needs depending on health, the number of children, their assets, and the previous estate planning completed, if any.
We at Prince Law Offices, P.C., understand that clients need to know that they will be taken care of and their affairs will be taken addressed in the event that their physical or mental condition prevents them from caring for themselves and making their own decisions. We take into consideration all of your needs and goals, and provide you with legal options based on your unique situation.
We understand that many people have concerns about what would happen if they became seriously ill and require nursing home or other health care. Our Pennsylvania elder law attorneys can help ease your concerns by providing you with information regarding health care power of attorneys and living wills. We will help you complete an advance health care directive that expresses your medical wishes, should you not be able to express them yourself. We can also advise you on how to appoint a power of attorney that can ensure that your wishes are preserved.
Protecting Your Assets for Future Generations
Many of our clients want to protect their assets in order to pass them down to children, grandchildren or other beneficiaries. We draft wills that express your exact wishes regarding asset transfers. We also establish trusts that protect your assets and allow money to be passed down to the person or group without the beneficiary having to pay taxes. Our firm also handles probate and estate litigation issues when needed.
For over two decades, we’ve been earning the trust of your family,
friends, neighbors and co-workers. Today, let us earn yours.
Let us help you take the steps toward protecting yourself or a loved one. To schedule a free consultation, except for firearms law consults with a skilled Pennsylvania elder law lawyer at our firm, call our offices at 610-845-3803 or 888-313-0416 or contact us online.
Many Pennsylvania Office Locations …
Each One Managed by a Dedicated, Local Attorney