Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning

Wesley W. Legg Equitable Distribution Attorney West Chester, PA

Chester County Estate Planning Attorney

"Being Prepared" is an important axiom. Throughout your life, you have worked to ensure your physical and financial needs are met during your productive years. You should have a blueprint for when you eventually become incapacitated or pass on.

The Law Office of Wesley W. Legg, Esquire assists clients in Chester County and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania to create legally sound and durable estate plans that will benefit them long into the future.

A client's goals may vary: Your goal may be to provide financial security to a spouse or disabled child; your goal may be to leave an inheritance for your children; or your goal may be to retain control of your medical care. There are many options that I can assist you with.

Wesley will guide you through the process of drafting sound planning documents, implementing those documents and defending those documents in the event of legal challenges. I can also be of assistance in choosing representatives to administer your estate, make decisions about your health care or end-of-life care, and execute your will.

Drafting and Executing Wills, Trusts, Powers Of Attorney | A Personal Lawyer Serving Chester County and Southeastern PA.

Wesley will assist you in creating a diversified and comprehensive estate plan for any estate-related contingency, concerning the following:

  • Trusts of all types: living trusts, special needs trusts, spendthrift trusts, and life insurance trusts, that preserve your assets for a designed purposes during your life or after your death.
  • Wills that direct how your assets are divided after you pass.
  • Durable powers of attorney that appoint a representative to act as your agent to do your banking, sell your home, admit you to hospital or nursing care, and perform other authorized tasks if you become incapacitated or disabled.
  • Living wills aka an "end-of-days" directive that define the degree and scope of your medical care, if you become incapacitated or are near death.
  • Health care Powers of Attorney that appoint a representative, such as a doctor, to manage your health care and/or make medical decisions on your behalf.
  • Guardianships that provide for the financial and personal needs of your beloved minor children or disabled relatives.
Attorneys:  Wesley W. Legg