Law Office of Vanessa M. Nenni, PC
Past President of the Lehigh County Bar Association
Located in Bethlehem, PA
Serving Northampton, Lehigh, Carbon, Monroe and Surrounding Counties
610-861-5100

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Wills & Estate Administration

Thorough Wills and Estate Administration

Are you looking for an attorney who can provide legal services for Wills and estate administration? The Law office of Vanessa M. Nenni, PC provides comprehensive Wills and estate administration legal assistance to clients in the Greater Lehigh Valley and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Count on Help and Guidance From Attorney Nenni

Estate planning and administration involve the preparation of documents to direct the distribution of personal assets upon death or other incapacitating events. This is done through the drafting Wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other related documents. Attorney Nenni will make sure your loved ones are protected after you are gone. 

Protect Your Loved Ones After You Are Gone

Wills
In Pennsylvania, any person over the age of 18 and of sound mind may make a Will. Each Will is a unique and personalized document that depends on the person's wishes. However, state law provides certain requirements for the execution, revocation, and modifications of Wills. An attorney experienced in the area of estate planning can help you to be sure that, in the event of your death, your wishes concerning the distribution of your estate are followed.

Trusts
A trust is a type of legal entity which is used to hold legal title to property for the benefit of one or more persons. Many types of trusts can be created under Pennsylvania law, including living trusts (revocable trusts), testamentary trusts (under your Will), and charitable trusts, to name a few. An attorney experienced in the area of estate planning can help you to be sure that, in the event of your death, your wishes concerning the distribution of your estate are followed.

Power of Attorney
Through a power of attorney, you can give someone else (your agent) the power to act on your behalf. Most people create this document so that their agent can manage their personal affairs in the event they become incapacitated. A power of attorney is an extremely powerful document. It provides your agent with broad powers to handle your property and make various other decisions without your knowledge.  

Healthcare Power of Attorney
Through a healthcare power of attorney, you can give someone the power to make medical decisions on your behalf when you are medically unable to do so. A healthcare power of attorney is a document that is prepared as part of our estate planning package.

Living Will
A Living Will (Advanced Healthcare Directive) lets you make decisions about your healthcare in the event that you can no longer make them on your own and if you're permanently unconscious or have an end-stage medical condition. A Living Will does not go onto effect until such time as your doctor determines that you are no longer able to make or communicate your health care decisions, and you are permanently unconscious or have an end-stage medical condition.

Probate
Probate is the actual process that transfers legal title of property from the estate of the person who has died (the "decedent") to his or her proper beneficiaries. The term "probate" also refers to proving the existence of a valid Will or determining and (proving) who are the decedent’s legal heirs are if there is no Will. 

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