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Can Trusts Protect Certain Assets from Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Estate planning can be a complex process, however, it is one of the most important ways that you can plan for your future. The beginning part of an estate plan will usually start with the creation of a will. There are many personal documents that must be included in an…
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Do I Need to Update My Estate Plan After a Divorce in Pennsylvania?

Divorces are an overwhelming and complex process. There are many steps and boxes to be checked off. One of the most important is updating your estate plan. If you are going through a divorce, it is crucial that you update your estate plan. More likely than not, your former spouse…
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How Does the Guardianship Process Work in Pennsylvania?

Ensuring our loved ones are well taken care of in the event that they are unable to attend to themselves is very important to most people. If your loved one no longer has the mental capacity to care for themselves or manage their finances, and that person has not created…
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At What Age Should I Create An Estate Plan in Pennsylvania?

Most people think that you don't need to create an estate plan until you are older, however, that is not the case. In Pennsylvania, you can create an estate plan as early as 18 years old. It is advised that you begin estate planning as soon as possible to ensure…
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How to Approach an Estate Plan for Unmarried Persons in Pennsylvania

Estate planning is an important step in ensuring that your hard-earned and cherished assets can be passed down to your loved ones. Many people think that estate planning is solely for the wealthy, older, or married. However, this is not the case. In Pennsylvania, there are various options for unmarried…
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What You Need to Know About Probate in Pennsylvania

When a loved one passes away, the surviving family members are responsible for ensuring the estate is taken care of. The assets must be distributed according to the instruction of the will, and all debts should be paid. The probate process can be stressful as it is, and during a…
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Estate Planning & Probate

Whether you’re looking to secure your family’s future, protect a loved one’s assets or provide a loved one with the financial assistance he or she needs to afford long-term care, we are committed to serving your needs. We consistently offer creative and effective solutions to your most complex and sensitive estate planning needs and help your wishes come to fruition through our probate service.

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Elder Law, Medicaid Planning & Asset Protection

Everybody’s life is full of both expected and unexpected challenges. With our experience with elder law issues, we can help you enjoy the later years and retain full control over decisions that directly impact you. The attorneys at Heritage Elder Law & Estate Planning view every challenge as an opportunity. We can help you or your loved one today.

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