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A Trusted Attorney For Your Family And Future

Losing a loved one is always hard and that difficulty is increased by the obligations imposed upon them during the probate process. At Rapa Law Office, P.C., we are here to help explain complex legal terms into words you can understand.

We are a family-run firm, so we understand how important family is. We have over 30 years of experience helping clients through Pennsylvania.

We Handle All Areas Of Estate Planning

Our firm can help you with estate planning, advance health care directives, wills and trusts, and powers of attorney. Each state has its own set of estate laws, as well as will and probate requirements. This is where we can help. Together we will look over all of your options and determine what is best for your future.

If you wish to determine how your belongings are distributed to family, friends or charities, then it is best that you have a will. Otherwise, the proceeds of your estate will be distributed pursuant to state law rather than as you desire. If you are married and have jointly-held assets such as a home or bank account, then the co-owner automatically becomes the sole owner of the assets. The more assets you have, the more important it is that you execute a will.

Don’t Wait; Call Today.

Planning for the future of your minor children, grandchildren or disabled relatives is another area of estate law that certainly requires legal assistance. No matter what stage of life you are in, we can help.

We have offices in Lehighton and Allentown. Call today for a free consultation at 610-589-0663 or fill out our online contact form.