When it pertains to wills, Mark can create a comprehensive and complete package that consists of a will, a power of attorney, and a living will. Wills are designed to ensure your final wishes are respected. Having a will establishes provisions for the distribution of your property and your personal desires at the time of your passing. A person who dies without a will in Pennsylvania is said to have died “intestate” (without a will) and could possibly cause unwanted circumstances for your family and survivors. Mark will explain any and all the details of each option, answering every question you may have along the way. Mark will put in place the legal documents needed at the time of your passing to protect and ensure your final wishes and desires. If you have an existing will already, be aware that it should be reviewed and updated if you experience a life changing experience. Examples would be a divorce, the birth of a child, a new marriage, a retirement or if you simply want to make changes of your desired wishes.

Pennsylvania Power of Attorney is a type of legal document that allows you to choose another person to carry out your wishes in the event that you are physically or mentally unable to do so.This usually comes into play when the designated person is not available or physically present to make certain decisions. This person manages your affairs and acts on your behalf when you are either physically or mentally unable to do so. There are generally four types of POA’s and Mark will help you determine what type and how to execute each one.

A Living Will in Pennsylvania is also known as a health care directive. It is a legal document that allows you to state which medical treatments and procedures you do or do not want  to receive at the end stages of life. A living will only takes effect when you are incapacitated and can no longer communicate and allows you to name a surrogate to express your wishes on your behalf.