The administration of wills and trusts requires special training and years of experience to protect, preserve and transfer wealth upon death. Our counsel affords individuals and families the opportunity to minimize taxes and maximize estate distribution to beneficiaries.

While it is not necessary in Pennsylvania and New Jersey nor many other states to retain an attorney to administer an estate, it is advisable to do so. However, it is mandatory in Florida that an executor or personal representative, who is attending to an out-of-state estate administration, retain a Florida attorney to probate the estate a second time in Florida where the decedent owned Florida real estate.

Clients are loathe to undergo a prolonged probate administration and our expertise allows us to expedite this necessary process in the shortest possible time.

It is important to find an attorney with whom you feel comfortable and who is knowledgeable of the process.