Allentown Estate Planning and Probate LawyersShulman Law Office PC - Serving the Lehigh Valley and Beyond
The lawyers of Shulman Law Office PC have been serving the legal needs of our neighbors throughout the Lehigh Valley and beyond for over 30 years. Practicing primarily in Northampton, Lehigh, and Carbon Counties, we are here for you. We are a general practice firm covering many areas of law, with particular focus on estate administration, estate planning, real estate, business law, wills, powers of attorney, and advance healthcare directive (living wills), and family law. Please see our areas of practice for a more comprehensive list. With an office in Northampton and Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, we are conveniently located and offer flexibility for your busy schedule. Don't Be Sorry Tomorrow - Contact Us Today
In many situations, the best way to avoid a problem is to see us before it happens. Whether this means preparing a power of attorney or other estate planning documents, or having us review a contract such as an agreement of sale before you sign it, or discussing what is involved in starting your own business or becoming a landlord, many issues can be dodged by contacting us in advance. At the very least, let us bring you some peace of mind.
Not all problems can be avoided, however, and when you need someone to help you in your time of need, choosing a lawyer with experience and proven results will make all the difference in your case. We take the time to listen to our clients, and care about their legal needs. Our Allentown estate planning and probate lawyers are highly regarded within the Lehigh Valley legal community. We take pride in our ability to evaluate your case and develop a strategy to best meet your budget and desired outcome. Every case presents itself with a unique set of challenges and requires detailed, thoughtful representation to achieve your desired results. The lawyers of Shulman Law Office PC will provide you with the customized representation you deserve.Estate Administration
Whatever your situation, if someone close to you has recently passed away, you should contact us to schedule an appointment to speak to one of our knowledgeable and understanding estates attorneys so that you may find out all of your resulting rights and responsibilities.Estate Planning
It is important to think about the future, for yourself and those whom you leave behind. We can help you establish an estate plan which may include legal documents as well as understanding the ramifications of assets that will not necessarily pass through your estate. It is important to know all of the options in front of you, and to understand that everyone's situation is different and very personal, and considerations should be made which may contemplate transfers of real estate or other assets, medical assistance planning, gifting, trusts, etc.
Regardless of your age or your assets, everyone should have a Power of Attorney and an Advance Healthcare Directive (Living Will). Depending on your particular situation and desires, a Will may be imperative as well. It is important to deal with the future and plan for it by establishing estate plans though both legal documents and understanding the ramifications of assets that will not necessarily pass through your estate.Real Estate
Real estate matters are varied and cover a wide range of situations, involving multiple areas of law. These include sales and transfers of real estate, zoning and tax issues, landlord/tenant situations, title insurance, municipal issues, contractor disputes, constructions issues, and problem neighbors. Whatever the situation may be, however, if real estate is involved, it is imperative to have an experienced attorney to guide you through the process.Family Law and Divorce
Divorce is hard. Hard on your children. Hard on your career. Most importantly, hard on you. We can Help.Here to Help
Our goal is always to get the best outcome for our clients, and we always put our clients first. A lot of the time that means avoiding court and working out an amicable resolution. Shulman Law Office PC will always work to resolve your matter as quickly and efficiently as possible, but if your case requires Court intervention, we are ready to fight for you and will have prepared your case properly to make the best presentation when the time comes.
When you become a client at Shulman Law Office PC, our staff becomes your team ready to help and immediately address your needs. Clients are always able to reach a staff member or attorney to address their needs. Our support staff is friendly and familiar with your case and can often provide the information you are looking for in the event an attorney is unable to speak with you.
When looking for an Allentown estate planning and probate attorney who will fight for your rights and provide a shoulder to lean on, call Shulman Law Office PC. If you desire an attorney who is friendly, knowledgeable, honest, and trustworthy our lawyers are the choice for you. Please click the links located at the top and right hand side of the page to learn more about the practice area of your interest. Contact us today for your free consultation for Wills & Estates. Fill out our online form or call (610) 625-2555, or (610) 261-9000 for more information!