Estate Planning

Why Should You Have a Living Will?

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on May 9, 2018

pexels-photo-959816A topic we get asked about more and more frequently is living wills. People want to know what a living will is, and whether they need one or not. The answer to the second question is …Read more

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Do You Need to Fairly Divide Your Assets Between Your Children?

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on April 30, 2018

hands_grow_12181088Dividing your assets between your children can be a stressful ordeal. Many parents want to be fair to everyone, which they equate with an even split of all assets. But for most families, an even split doesn’t …Read more

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Be On Guard for Financial Abuse

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on February 7, 2018

bills-2557264_1920Scammers are always looking for ways to take advantage of unsuspecting victims, and seniors are often the targets of their schemes. You need to be on constant alert to avoid being cheated out of a significant …Read more

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Reasons to Sign a Power of Attorney

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on January 7, 2018

pexels-photo-618158For most of us, the thought of giving up our decision-making power to someone else is not an appealing one. Sometimes, though, it is necessary to appoint a person to conduct business for you …Read more

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Do People Lose Their Rights as They Age?

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on December 27, 2017

pexels-photo-233227A New Yorker article entitled “How the Elderly Lose Their Rights” highlights the plight that many elderly people face in our country. When Rudy and Rennie North were taken from their home and institutionalized …Read more

Consider an Asset Protection Trust in Your Twilight Years

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on July 26, 2017

Estate PlanningAs we get older, it is only natural to want to protect our property and other assets; to ensure that they go to loved ones and family rather than being subject to government seizure.
There are different ways …Read more

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Preserving Your Future with a Life Care Plan

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on June 7, 2017

contractA life care plan is a comprehensive plan that helps families understand how to best care for a loved one in the event of illness or old age. Life care plans are often crafted by older …Read more

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Who Needs an Estate Plan?

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on May 2, 2017

estate-planningEstate planning doesn’t have to be complicated and isn’t only limited to people with a high net worth. Everyone should have an estate plan. It allows others to carry out your wishes, during your life, and …Read more

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Columbia County Estate Planning FAQs

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on July 19, 2016

How Does a Will Work?
A will is a legally enforceable document that outlines how your estate will be handled following your death. In your will, you may dictate which individuals stand to inherit certain pieces …Read more

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Three Things to Know About Pennsylvania Wills

By Law Offices of Kreisher & Gregorowicz on September 22, 2015

Estate PlanningMost Pennsylvanians know that a will is a document that leaves instructions to be followed after its writer (known as the “testator”) dies. The will typically explains who should receive what portions of the …Read more

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