Estate Planning with Minor Children

Estate planning for minor children is critical for young families.  However, must people don’t know where to start to ensure that their family is protected.  There are four major issues that need to be addressed: 1.) select a guardian, 2.) select a trustee to manage the child’s inheritance, 3.) design the child’s trust, 4.) ensureContinue reading “Estate Planning with Minor Children”

Managing Your Family Legal Matters During COVID-19

Anita D’Amico April 1, 2020 We are now a week into Governor Wolf’s stay-at-home Order, and although we are all abiding by the Order, and the courts are closed with the exception of emergency filings, it is likely that your divorce and custody matters have not gone away.   You may be wondering how the court’sContinue reading Managing Your Family Legal Matters During COVID-19

Estate Planning

Anita D’Amico March 27, 2020 During this difficult time, our firm has had several inquiries from new clients seeking to get their estate plans in order as well as calls from some of our current clients requesting a review of their estate planning documents in order to assure the documents are still appropriate. If you have been putting off making or revisiting your estate plan, and now find timeContinue reading Estate Planning

Estate Planning

During this difficult time, our firm has had several inquiries from new clients seeking to get their estate plans in order as well as calls from some of our current clients requesting a review of their estate planning documents in order to assure the documents are still appropriate. If you have been putting off making or revisiting your estate plan, and now find time to make this a priority, let usContinue reading “Estate Planning”

TaxesEstate Planning

Estate Planning and the 2018 Tax Laws Anita D’Amico November 13, 2018 As the saying goes, there are two guarantees in life, taxes and death.  Many people take advantage of estate planning techniques in order to maximize the amount of their estates that will pass to their beneficiaries (recipients) upon their death while also minimizingContinue reading TaxesEstate Planning