Wills & Estate Planning and Administration

    Peace of mind comes from knowing that your loved ones will be okay even if you are not there to provide for them.  Sposto Law can help you attain peace of mind with estate planning documents.

A Will is a document that most people should have to make things easier for your loved ones once you are gone.  If you have minor children, a Will can place your assets into a trust which will provide for the children over time, until they are mature enough to manage on their own.

A Power of Attorney can enable your loved ones to manage your affairs if you become incapacitated.

A Living Will-Healthcare Power of Attorney can designate someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable to make them yourself.  It can also make clear your wishes regarding accepting or refusing certain medical treatments and procedures.


When a loved one passes away, the natural grief and distress are sometimes compounded by the financial and administrative burdens associated with administering a decedent’s estate.  Assets must be transferred or sold, final debts must be paid, and the Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax Return must usually be prepared and filed.  Sposto Law can help ease the burden and  help you navigate thorough the probate process in your time of sorrow.