Estate Planning, Administration, and Litigation
Lawyers in Berks County, PA
At the Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner, we can assist you with the estate planning, succession planning, preparation of wills and trust, powers of attorney, and taxation. Inadequate estate planning and delayed response often leads to increased costs and loss of control over important personal and financial choices. Designing and implementing a plan to preserve, protect, and transfer assets is most effective when completed before a crisis occurs.
Estate planning isn't just about money, it's about families. You can give what you want to whomever you want in the manner you want. Our Estate Planning Attorneys work closely with our clients. We get to know our individual clients, their families, and their trusted advisors. We work hard to understand each client's goals and objectives, and to develop creative estate planning solutions.
Estate planning and preservation of your wealth is our main focus to meet the current and future needs of our clients and of those who depend on them. Our clients rely on us to help them make beneficial business, financial, and personal decisions. The Estate Planning Lawyers at Law Firm of Mogel, Speidel, Bobb, and Kershner can provide you the support you need to accomplish your estate planning goals.
Probate and Estate Administration
Probate is the legal process wherein the estate of a decedent is administered. If the decedent leaves a will directing how his or her property should be distributed after death, the probate court must determine if it should be admitted to probate and given legal effect. When the decedent dies without leaving a will — the court appoints a personal representative to collect the assets, pay the debts, and then distribute the remainder of the estate to the beneficiaries based on hereditary succession.
Our probate and estate administration attorneys can help you navigate court processes, payment of the deceased person's debts, distribution of property according to the will or estate plan, and probate litigation.
The rules that govern probate can be complicated. If you need assistance identifying the decedent's assets, paying debts or taxes owed, pursuing any claims for payments owed to the estate, determining whether a will is valid, or distributing assets, one of our probate and estate administration attorneys can help.
Probate Attorney and Estate Administration Lawyers in Reading, PA
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