"I highly recommend Lloyd Welling from American Wills & Estates. He recently helped my mother and I with my father's estate. I was a bit leery about employing the services of an attorney in PA as I live in CA. Lloyd put me at ease with his professionalism. He was prompt, honest, and provided us with excellent service. Lloyd resolved our estate issue quickly and efficiently."
We strive to make the process of estate planning and estate administration as simple and straightforward as possible. At American Wills and Estates we speak to our clients in plain English, and we are sensitive to the fact that many of our clients are still grieving the loss of a loved one. Our number one goal is to put our clients at ease and to reassure them with competency and compassion in their times of need.
We hear it every day, "I'm not worried about estate planning, I don't have that much to leave to my children anyway." Don't make that mistake.
By Lloyd A. Welling, Esq.
American Wills & Estates
2100 Wharton Street, Suite 302
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
The Probate process is initiated by obtaining either Letters Testamentary (if there is a Will) or Letters of Administration (if the Decedent died without having made a Will).
This is the beginning of a process that often includes interconnected layers of complexity that require legal professionals who specialize in Probate Estate Administration—like the attorneys at American Wills & Estates.
Overcomplicating your estate planning or not doing any estate planning at all are both bad ideas. All too often in our law practice we encounter the situation where a loved one has passed away and the children or other heirs discover that the individual had no Will, Trust or estate plan of any kind in place. The number one cause of this is, pure and simple, procrastination.