Hatboro Wills Lawyer
Serving Montgomery County & Bucks County - Call (215) 515-4439 Today
Perhaps the most important document in any estate plan is the will. A will
enables you to decide where and to whom your assets and property will
go after you die. When expressed clearly and in a legally sound manner,
a will can save your loved ones grief, expense, and time. At Duffy North,
we help people of all ages, incomes, and stages of life to create estate
plans and make important life decisions that benefit them and their loved
ones in years to come. We are members of this community, with deep roots
here. We take pride in helping you — our neighbors — plan
for the future effectively.
- Why Choose Our Will Attorneys?
- Trusted by the Community Since 1928
- AV Preeminent® Rating for Ethical Standards & Legal Ability
Partners Selected for
- Pragmatic and Honest Counsel for Clients
Don't Leave Your Legacy to Chance - Create a Will
We believe it is never too early to plan for your future. Whether you are
a young person starting a career and family, or a bit older and considering
your options for retirement and beyond, our estate planning and administration
attorneys can assist you in creating a comprehensive estate plan that
anticipates your financial needs and those of your family. We can help
you accomplish your goals by creating customized solutions.
- In addition to drafting your legally binding will, we can assist you with
Living will. This document is a form of health care directive that instructs your family
and health care workers as to your end-of-life care wishes. If you become
incapacitated due to a condition, such as brain death or advanced cancer,
a living will can leave clear instructions on the conditions in which
your medical care should cease. Other types of health care directives
can set other limits on your health care, including the particular care
you wish to receive (or wish not to receive) in a particular medical situation.
Power of attorney. You may appoint a willing representative to manage your assets and sign
legal documents if you are unable to do so. You may also appoint a representative
who can make your health care and end-of-life care decisions in your place.
Tailoring Our Services to Your Needs
Where some law firms create estate plans using standard forms and templates,
we take the time to sit down with you, learn about your goals and then
draft documents that are designed to accomplish those unique goals. Whether
your estate is large or small, you deserve that kind of personal attention.
We do not believe your life and your family's future can be made to
fit onto a fill-in-the-blank form.
To learn more about how we can help you with any aspect of estate planning
and administration in Pennsylvania, please call (215) 515-4439 or
email us today.