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Bucks County Estate Planning Attorneys

Bucks County Estate Planning Attorneys

Serving Lehigh, Montgomery and Bucks County, Pennsylvania

No matter your age, health or wealth, we encourage you to consider what might happen to your assets if you pass away. It is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced estate planning firm.

The Bucks County estate planning attorneys of Ashby Law Offices, LLC understand the delicate nature of many estate proceedings. Our clients count on us for decisive action and assertive representation. By fully examining the estate plan, goals and any current supporting documentation, we can provide the valuable insight that our clients need. We work with families in Bucks, Montgomery and Lehigh Counties and the surrounding Pennsylvania communities.

Our estate practice is prepared to handle a wide range of issues. Whether you are considering drafting a comprehensive estate plan, or need legal guidance after a loved one passes away, we encourage you to contact our firm as soon as possible.

Pennsylvania Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney and Other Documents

Estate planning is essentially the steps that a person takes to ensure the accurate distribution of assets after death, or the clarification of end-of-life decisions. These decisions can be either financial or health-related. Most often, an estate plan should include Wills, Powers of Attorney and Advanced Directives. Our estate planning services include:

  • Estate Document Codicils
  • Power of Attorney / Medical Directives
  • Second Marriages/Estate Planning
  • Wills (Simple, Complex and Reciprocal)
  • Trusts

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Offices in Quakertown, Allentown and Doylestown

If you have further questions regarding estate matters, contact Ashby Law Offices, LLC, at 215-536-7606 or through our convenient online contact form. We offer a free phone consultation and we accept most major credit cards as payment for services.

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