Here at Altman Law, we are happy to help you talk through your current situation so you can come up with a plan of action. So, make sure to talk to us if you have any questions you need answered.
Since 1977, The Altman Law Firm has provided family law services in West Chester, PA and surrounding communities in Chester County. Family law cases can mark some of the most important transitions in your life–as well as the most stressful and challenging. We work diligently to take a calm, amicable, and professional approach to family law matters. Our goal is to help our clients reach friendly agreements and remain on a friendly basis. The long-term health of your family is important to us, so we focus on providing you and your loved ones with the tools you need to improve your wellbeing and stability.
Our head attorney and support staff have decades of experience working on complex family law issues. Together with you, we will determine your unique needs and goals and put our comprehensive knowledge of the process to work for you. In addition to family law matters, we also represent clients for criminal defense, personal injury, and juvenile law cases.
Without an estate plan in place, your family’s financial future may be vulnerable. It can be a difficult process determining how your home, financial assets, and possessions should be divided after you pass. Taking the time to plan your estate ensures your wishes are carried out. Together, you and your attorney will design a strategy that protects your family’s interests.
A last will and testament is a legal document that insures your wishes are carried out after your death. It appoints guardians for your minor children and controls the division of your individually owned assets. An executor is nominated in your will to manage the distribution of your assets according to your will. The Executor will work alongside our attorneys to administer your estate in accordance with Pennsylvania Law. If you die without a will or trust, the commonwealth will dictate who inherits your money. A will ensures your individually owned assets go to the individuals you want.