Estate Planning: Wills, Health Care, and Property Management

Our firm offers estate planning to a variety of clients, including people who have just realized that they and their family need an estate plan. Many times, in fact, our clients come to us after they have realized that an elderly parent has become unable to manage his or her own affairs. Other times, our clients need to gain access to their parents' private health and financial information, but cannot do so without a health care power of attorney or a business power of attorney, for instance.

At the law firm of William R. Bunt, we understand that these issues carry heavy emotional tolls. For this reason, we find that our firm's personal style of lawyers particularly helps our clients in these situations.

Central Pennsylvania Estate Planning Lawyer: Wills, Living Wills and Powers Of Attorney

Our firm regularly provides our estate planning clients with personalized legal services, including the customized drafting of the following:

  • Wills
  • Property management powers of attorney
  • Health care powers of attorney
  • Living wills (also known as advanced life care directives)

We provide our clients with experience that has been tested over the course of over 40 years of practice. As a result, our clients know that their legal forms and documents provided to them always take into account the specific rules and practices of our local courts. Our clients are never left to simply fend for themselves with documents that are too general to adequately achieve their legal goals.

We know that the probate and estate administration process is for many people their last way of paying respect to their loved ones by closing out the estate expeditiously and in accordance with the decedent's directions. Our firm prides itself on completing this process with the least possible acrimony among beneficiaries while also complying with all legal requirements.

Living Will Attorney Serving Perry County and All Surrounding Areas

Call us to schedule an initial consultation with our firm's experienced Perry County estate planning attorney, William R. Bunt, at (717) 582-8195. You can also contact us online. All discussions with potential clients are kept completely confidential. We make an effort to return all phone calls within 24 hours of receipt.