If you and your spouse were to die, leaving behind minor children, your kids are going to need a place to live and people to raise them. You, as the parents of the minor(s), need to clear your head and ask yourselves what is in the best interest of the children. Ultimately, you will need to have an attorney create the legal documents to implement those decisions.
There is so much conflicting material out there about trusts that it can be overwhelming. When you come to our office for estate planning services, we will most certainly discuss the topic of trusts. It may be a perfect planning tool for you, or you may find you neither want or need one.
Since January 2015, Pennsylvanians have enjoyed the benefits of a comprehensive new law dealing with Powers of Attorney. How does this affect you if you already have a power of attorney from 2014 or earlier?