Personalized Wills To Secure Your Assets

It can be overwhelming to think about what will happen to your family and your property when you die. With the assistance of an experienced Pennsylvania estate planning attorney, however, creating a will can be a straightforward process.

At Beroes Law Center, our lawyers have the experience to determine which estate planning tools are best for you and your family. We will discuss your assets, family and goals so we can recommend an estate plan that meets your needs, whether it be a simple will or a more complex plan. We will tell you what documents and additional information to gather. Clients are often surprised that the process does not take too much time or effort on their part.

All families should have a secure will in place. To create a new will or revise an existing one, please call 412-339-2499 to schedule a consultation.

Protect Your Family Financially And Emotionally

Before we move forward with creating a last will and testament, we'll discuss all of your assets, including financial accounts, real estate, personal property and insurance. Depending on the types of assets you have, we may recommend other ways to avoid the probate process and inheritance taxes. We have considerable experience with asset protection, including trusts if necessary.

A will allows you to name an executor, leave assets to specified beneficiaries and designate guardians for minor children.

We will also draft a living will and powers of attorney for financial matters and health care. The people you choose to have these powers will be responsible for making financial and health care decisions if you are incapacitated.

Making these plans now saves your loved ones from many difficult decisions in the future. It can also prevent arguments and confusion during what is already a tough time for the family.

Schedule A Consultation To Defend Your Assets

We represent clients throughout Allegheny County and the surrounding area. Please call our Pittsburgh office at 412-339-2499 to schedule a consultation with our wills lawyers. You may also contact us through email. We can provide experienced counsel for all of your estate planning needs.