Estate Planning for Children in Montgomery County
Also Serving Philadelphia County, Merion Station and Surrounding Areas
Your children are important to you, and it is important that you take the time and action to protect their needs and interests. At Sallen Law, we want to help you prepare for the future by establishing a reliable, effective, and legally sound estate plan. Our team will work with you to create wills and trusts and determine guardianship for minor children. Even if you do not have an extensive amount of assets available currently, having a well-drafted estate plan can help protect your children if you cannot.
We encourage you to contact our Merion Station attorney to help you preserve what you value most – your family. Call us today at (215) 809-3900.
How Can an Estate Plan Help Me?
Estate planning can seem daunting, and many people avoid creating wills or trusts because they feel that they have too much debt, not enough wealth, or little property to pass on; however, planning for the unexpected can significantly benefit you and your family. Our holistic approach to finding a solution to your estate planning needs involves us working side by side with your accountants, financial advisors, or other professionals to ensure that we have everything covered.
Estate planning can help you plan for life's contingencies, including:
- Establishing guardianship for minor children
- How your children’s education and medical should be handled
- Avoiding court-appointed conservatorship
- Determining how assets and property will be passed on
- Establishing trusts
- Listing wishes for your children’s future
- Helping your children avoid Child Protective Services in the event that there is no immediate guardian
Sallen Law Works With Merion Station Families
At our firm, we are proud to have extensive experience in providing outstanding representation to families throughout Merion Station as well as Philadelphia County, and we can help you too. Our lawyer will get to know you and your family and walk you through the estate planning process.