Assisting You With All Your Estate Planning And Administration Needs
There are so many uncertainties in life. You know things will change, and you cannot prepare for all of life’s challenges. However, you can safeguard your family’s financial future through even the most adverse situations by establishing a sound estate plan.
At Vollen Anderson Long, LLC, our Pittsburgh estate planning and administration attorneys can help you build a comprehensive plan. We can help you set up a plan that avoids probate while setting aside assets for your loved ones, favored charities and other beneficiaries.
No one wants to think about what will happen if they are not able to make their own decisions. Our attorneys can prepare you and your family for those negative situations.
Full-Service Estate Planning Services
Our lawyers have the experience to handle all of your estate planning needs, including:
- Estate analysis
- Inheritance tax issues
- Inventory/distribution of business assets
- Post-death plans
- Powers of attorney
No two estate plans are the same. We will work with you personally to gain an understanding of your needs and goals so that we can craft an estate plan uniquely suited to you.
Estate Administration Guidance
If you are dealing with the aftermath of a death in the family or are a fiduciary charged with handling a person’s final affairs, our lawyers can provide you with effective legal solutions. The estate administration process is complex, but with experienced legal guidance you can navigate the legal hurdles while protecting your rights.
Key aspects of the process include:
- Accounting of estate assets
- Paying estate taxes
- Paying creditors
- Collecting debts on behalf of the estate
- Distributing assets in accordance with a last will and testament
We are prepared to represent anyone with interest in an estate in Pennsylvania, including heirs, beneficiaries, executors and personal representatives. If estate disputes arise, we can help you seek a favorable and cost-effective outcome.
Get The Legal Help You Need
We all have assets. Have you ever thought about what would happen to your property if you cannot make decisions for yourself? Do you have a plan in place that ensures your property will go to the people you want to receive it?