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Maloles Law is pleased to provide legal services in Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Litigation in Delaware County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Estate Attorney Delaware County

Our Estate attorneys in Delaware County are long standing members of the community and have regularly worked with clients in connection with a variety of trusts and estate related matters over the years.  Simply put, Estate lawyers with local relationships and experience are able to efficiently navigate through the Delaware County Register of Wills office or the Delaware County Orphans’ Court with their knowledge of the County’s unique local practices.  Should our clients not wish to travel to our main office in Center City, Philadelphia, we can arrange for a meeting in our satellite office in Media, PA.

Estate Attorney Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Because our practice here at Maloles Law is designed to be mobile, our Estate Attorneys in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania have the ability to meet with and provide Wills, Trusts and Estates services to residents of Montgomery County.  Our estate lawyers have built and maintained a reputation of integrity and professionalism among both the legal community and our client base in Montgomery County.

Below you will find a list of some of the legal services that our estate attorneys in Delaware County or estate attorneys in Montgomery County, provide:

  • Prepare Last Will and Testament, Power of Attorney, Revocable Living Trust, and Living Will documents;
  • Assist clients with the Pennsylvania Probate process from beginning to end;
  • Advise clients in connection with the sale of real estate owned by a Decedent’s estate;
  • Prepare Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax Returns (Rev-1500) to be filed with the Register of Wills in Delaware County or Montgomery County;
  • Estate litigation related services such as compelling fiduciaries to account;
  • Prepare Formal Court Accountings;
  • Filing Objections to Petition for Adjudication and First and Final Account submitted by an Executor or Administrator;