If you have any assets and income, I can provide you with the basic Pennsylvania estate planning tools you should have.
What every person needs is a durable power of attorney designating a person who will act on your behalf if you become physically or mentally incapacitated, an advance health directive, also known as a living will, to select the end-of-life care you want if you are terminally ill and a last will and testament to designate who you want to leaver your assets to. As part of this, you need to consider options such as a trust to reduce or even eliminate death taxes and the best way to pass your assets to your heirs. If you have minor children, you should have a standby guardianship designation if you and your spouse suddenly die or become incapacitated. When loved ones have died, I can save you money on taxes and review whether a will should be contested if you have been excluded from a will.