Wills, Trusts, And Estate Planning: Because Having A Plan For Tomorrow Helps You Take On Today
Uniontown estate and probate attorneys Benjamin F. Goodwin and Amanda M. Como are truly honored when individuals entrust them to prepare their wills, powers of attorney, living wills, property transfers or trusts to ensure that their estates pass to the ones they cherish most.
Unfortunately, all of us face the inevitable. While we have worked and sacrificed our whole lives to accumulate wealth for the benefit of our loved ones, if certain precautions are not taken, a great deal of a client’s wealth can end up in the hands of unintended beneficiaries or the government through Pennsylvania inheritance and federal estate tax.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Solutions Focused On Your Future
Our team of estate and probate attorneys offers affordable estate planning services and uses a vast array of legal tools to position their clients’ assets to reduce or even eliminate estate and inheritance taxes, probate costs and administration costs.
We offer affordable preparation of:
- Revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Irrevocable life insurance trusts
- Powers of attorney
- Joint accounts
- Health care directives
- Living wills
While everybody’s situation is unique, our attorneys will work hard to tailor a plan for you and your loved one’s particular needs.
Helping People Administer Their Loved Ones’ Estates
You can also rely on us when you’ve been chosen by a loved one to administer his or her estate. Questions concerning who gets what and when can be confusing, especially during a time of grief, and can potentially lead to personal liability on the part of the estate’s administrator if Pennsylvania estate administration laws are not properly followed. We will treat personal representatives and surviving beneficiaries with the dignity and respect they deserve during their difficult times.
Contact Us And Speak With Our Attorneys During A Free Initial Consultation
At Goodwin Como, P.C., we believe that what a person leaves behind is for their loved ones, not for lawyers or the government. So, whether you are planning for the future of administering a loved one’s estate, trust our team of estate and probate attorneys to properly advise you.