Should a General Power of Attorney (POA) Be Part of My Estate Plan?

Written By: Larry Miller, Jr. | April 13, 2017 | No Comments

Should a General Power of Attorney (POA) Be Part of My Estate Plan? If someone is incapacitated due to old age, illness, or injuries sustained in an accident, he or she may not be able to make important decisions regarding their estate. To protect your estate,  you should seriously consider having someone serve as your…

When a Person is Considered Unfit to Create a Will?

Written By: Larry Miller, Jr. | March 30, 2017 | No Comments

The Process of Determining Person is Unfit to Create a Will Trying to decide whether a person is unfit to create a will can be an extremely delicate; emotional; uncomfortable; and very tricky. To create this determination, you will likely need the help of experts such as psychologists; psychiatrists, and doctors. Measures used to determine a…

What Are the Responsibilities of an Executor?

Written By: Brandy Miller | March 16, 2017 | No Comments

Being the Executor of a Will Is a Significant Responsibility While most people consider being named the executor of a loved one’s will an honor, it is also an obligation that comes with significant responsibilities. Depending on the complexities involved, it could be a very challenging role. That is why you need to make sure…

What Are Some Benefits for Veterans Asset Protection Trusts?

Written By: Brandy Miller | February 2, 2017 | No Comments

We want to thank the Veterans in Reading and Berks County for their service. We also understand that Veterans’ service too often results in considerable sacrifice to themselves and their families. Sacrifices include serious medical conditions which can affect their employment for years or even a lifetime. Why Veterans Asset Protection Trusts (VAPTs) Are So Important…

What Are Some Essentials When It Comes to Estate Planning?

Written By: Brandy Miller | December 29, 2016 | No Comments

Every adult in Berks County and Reading, Pennsylvania, needs to consider estate planning. Without a solid estate plan, Pennsylvania courts may be making key decisions in the event of a death or serious injury. Estate planning helps ensure your assets are passed on as you wish, and your interests are protected in case you cannot…

Planning Ahead Assures Easy Transition for Your Estate

Written By: Brandy Miller | December 21, 2016 | No Comments

Failing to Plan Ahead for Your Estate Can Have Disastrous Results Here’s a real story that I was involved in early in my career.  A man in his mid-thirties is married to his true love and has been married for fifteen years.  Together they had worked very hard saving all of their earnings until they…