Berks County Estate Planning and Administration

Serving the greater Reading area, the attorneys at the Law Offices of David S. Sobotka help Pennsylvania residents with the estate planning process and guide clients through the process of administering an estate.

Peace of Mind for You; Comfort for Your Loved Ones

Estate planning is not usually a fun topic of conversation; nobody likes contemplating their own mortality. However, doing some advanced planning with a knowledgeable estate planning attorney can do more than make life easier for your loved ones when you die; it can also give you peace of mind, knowing you have made your wishes clear and documented them in the manner required by Pennsylvania law.

Estate Planning

When you choose to work with the estate planning attorneys at the Law Offices of David S. Sobokta, be prepared to share information about your current assets and liabilities, and about your goals for estate administration and distribution.

Whether you want to leave a charitable legacy, provide a trust structure so assets will be managed for your children, grandchildren, or other beneficiaries, avoid probate, or simply document your wishes legally, our attorneys can help by preparing wills, trust agreements and other documents designed to help carry out your wishes and goals.

Estate Administration

If a loved one has died and some or all of their assets need to go through probate in Pennsylvania, you should have a skilled attorney by your side to help you through the process.  The attorneys at the Law Offices of David S. Sobotka can help clients navigate the complex probate and administration process, which can otherwise be overwhelming and time-consuming.

Contact the Law Offices of David S. Sobotka Today for Your Estate Planning and Administration Needs

If you have not started planning for how your assets will be distributed when you die, or if you need to modify existing documents to reflect your current wishes, the Law Offices of David S. Sobotka can help.  Our attorneys can also help make the process of winding down your loved one’s estate easier, taking some of the burden off of you during an already-difficult time period.

To learn more about our firm and how our attorneys work with clients, schedule an initial case consultation by contacting us today in Reading, PA at (610) 376-6018.