The health and safety of our clients remains our highest priority, today and always. Even though we requested and received an exemption from the Governor’s Order of 3/19/2020 and have been deemed to play a critical role necessary to sustain life, we will continue to practice social distancing with video and/or phone conferencing to meet with our clients rather than face-to-face meetings, as well as car-side signings.

We are open for business and are here to provide you with the same service as always.

We know this is a sensitive and uncertain time, especially for our elderly clients. Let us know if there is anything we can do to help. If you have any questions on estate planning at any age, long-term care planning, Medicaid, guardianships, estate issues, special needs, or any question on how to improve the quality of life of a senior, please reach out.

We can be reached at (570) 784-5211 or through email at [email protected].

What You Should Know About Protecting Your Assets in Pennsylvania

You and your family have spent a lifetime building up a respectable savings. You may have considerable investments in real estate, stocks, or some other financial endeavors. You may have built a successful practice of your own, or gone into the family business. You may have simply amassed a large collection of prized and potentially priceless valuables that will eventually be handed down through your family. Whatever the case may be, you more than likely want your investments, business or assets to remain within your family or act as a potential retirement plan.

If you and your family have assets that you wish to protect from potential long-term care costs, your first order of business is to speak with a qualified estate planning lawyer.

At Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC, we have the experience, understanding and skill to help you determine exactly what you wish to protect and the best way in which to make sure this happens. For over four decades, our firm has helped the people of Central Pennsylvania in regards to estate planning. With our representation, you will be able to insure your assets against any potential catastrophe.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with a member of our asset protection team, call our office at 570-798-1084.

How Can An Experienced Attorney Help Me Protect My Assets?

Asset protection, like estate planning, depends greatly upon your current circumstances. Some of the more common questions that must be first considered when protecting your assets include:

  • Are there sizeable real estate investments that are in your family’s name?
  • What, if any, legal proceedings are you current involved in?
  • Do you own your own business?
  • How much equity do you own?
  • What are your family dynamics?
  • What is your current health?

Keep in mind these are just a small sample of the types of questions that will need to be answered. Asset protection is very much an “assessment” of your present fiscal circumstances, determining the type of risk potential your assets may face and building an effective strategy around these factors. Depending on the specifics of your estate, there are a wide variety of options that your attorney may suggest.Only a qualified asset protection attorney can give you a clear picture of what options may be best in your particular situation.

Representation You Can Trust in Columbia County

Don’t wait for your assets to come under fire before taking the appropriate steps to protect them. Insuring them now is an investment in your family’s future. Call Kreisher Marshall & Associates, LLC at 570-798-1084 to schedule a consultation today.