Pennsylvania Estate Planning Attorney on Attorney Meeting
http://www.paestateplanners.com/ Pennsylvania estate planning attorney David Frees discusses how to prepare for a meeting with an attorney. Make sure to do your homework and order our books.
Are you thinking of going to a trust and estate lawyer to have an estate plan prepared or are you an executor of a trust and looking to hire a Pennsylvania estate planning attorney? If so, you might be wondering what you can do to get the most out of that visit. First, do your homework.
If you are an executor, make sure to order our free book, The Ten Most Common Mistakes Executors Make…and How To Avoid Them. Reading this book before your meeting with an attorney will help you be a better consumer of legal services.
If you are considering an estate plan, you can order a free copy of our book, Enhanced Estate Planning: What You Need to Know About Hiring An Attorney & Creating A Plan That Works. This book will help you learn how to better pass on your legacy to your heirs. It will also help you understand the issues you should be considering about your estate plan, such as the executor, trustee and how your money will be distributed and invested.
Our team at the law firm of Unruh, Burke & Frees can help you understand the intricacies of being an executor and/or preparing an estate plan. We can help prepare a document that will do much more of what you want. http://www.paestateplanners.com/practice_areas/estate-and-inheritance-tax-planning.cfm
Do you have a family dispute involving a will, trust, estate or family business?
Are you looking for a way to avoid the high costs and delays of litigation?
Trying to find a way to keep family relationships intact?
Consider Mediation of Your Trust, Estate, Will, Power of Attorney, or Family Business Dispute.
What is Mediation?
Mediation uses a neutral third party to help those parties with a dispute to try to find an effective, simple and less expensive solution than the all out war of litigation.
David Frees is an attorney with decades of trust, estate, and business experience who was first trained as a mediator and in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) while he was a student at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
David has written books and many articles on family communications, avoiding executor litigation, and related topics. He currently teaches mediators across Pennsylvania in the very best techniques of mediation and he is available (by application) to act as a mediator in a limited number of estate, trust, and family disputes where the parties are attempting to avoid litigation.
To apply to have David Frees as a mediator and to resolve your dispute without resort to the delays and expense of litigation, call 610-933-8069 and ask for a telephone conference with David Frees.If you are represented a call from your legal counsel is advised.