Phone: 610-373-1996

Barbara H. Beringer

It is never too soon to plan for your final needs

No matter what size estate you have, if you have children you need to plan for the future. Your final wishes will be fulfilled if there is a valid estate plan in place. You can also protect yourself in case you become incapacitated and unable to make your wishes known. An estate plan will set forth your final wishes and the distribution of your assets.

• Wills

• Power of attorney

• Healthcare power of attorney

• Living wills

• Probate

Estate planning and probate representation

We can guide you through the complexities of probate court if it is a necessary part of the distribution of a loved one’s estate. Estate planning can save you and your loved ones’ from paying more than is necessary to administer an estate.

Peace of mind

A Power of attorney will let another person act in specific or all legal and financial matters for you

Contact our Wyomissing law firm with questions about your legal issue


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