Addressing Your Estate Plan Appropriately

Many people are reluctant to begin the process of creating an estate plan. At Vinsko & Associates, P.C., we understand that. It can be hard to think about the end of your life — even a little bit scary. With the help of our qualified attorneys, though, you can rest easy knowing your assets are being well-handled and your end-of-life wishes are being addressed in a manner of your choosing. You don't have to worry with our law firm at your side.

We Handle All Aspects Of Your Estate Plan

If you're unfamiliar with what an estate plan is or have questions about how to start the process, Vinsko & Associates, P.C., is here to help. With more than a decade of legal experience, our estate planning lawyers, William E. Vinsko and Catherine Mihalick can walk you through everything including:

  • Drafting and executing a will
  • Establishing a variety of trust funds
  • Appointing a power of attorney
  • Creating a living will or advance health care directives

They also have considerable experience helping people update their wills, working with family members who contest a will, and walking families through probate litigation.

Address Your Estate Plan Sooner Rather Than Later

A lot of problems can arise if you don't address your estate plan throughout the course of your life. You might leave your power of attorney to an individual who is unaware of their responsibilities and fiduciary duties. Your loved ones could be left with little to no idea about your medical desires in the event you become incapacitated.

But most importantly, failing to even establish a will can push your estate into intestate succession, meaning the courts will decide what family members will get and how much.

If you don't want the distribution of your estate to be ruled by Pennsylvania's intestacy laws during estate administration, then your next step should be to talk to the attorneys at our law firm today.

What Vinsko & Associates, P.C., Can Do For You

No matter where you are in the estate planning process — just starting out or in probate litigation — the law firm of Vinsko & Associates, P.C., can help. To talk to one of our experienced estate planning attorneys, call our Wilkes-Barre office at 570-550-0815 or our Philadelphia office at 215-278-4767. Our attorneys can also be reached through email by using our online contact form.