Estate Law

Estate planning and probate administration

Burke Vullo Reilly Roberts, Attorneys at Law, provides detailed estate planning services for Pennsylvania residents.  The law firm also represents families in probate administration or, if needed, probate litigation.

The attorneys can provide plans that range from simple wills or will alternatives to complex treatments of high net-worth assets, including real property, stocks, bonds, options, or business holdings:

  • Wills
  • Revocable trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Payable-on-death accounts
  • Joint holdings
  • Insurance policies
  • Gifts or lifetime transfers
  • Real estate division
  • Business succession
  • Probate 

The law office handles end-of-life issues with professionalism and polite decorum in an understanding atmosphere.  The attorneys do not have a preferred method of dealing with any particular set of assets or type of family—the decision that comes closest to matching the desires of the testator is the decision toward which the firm guides its clients. 

Distribution of an estate

The distribution of an estate can happen by operation of law if an estate plan is organized so as to avoid probate—or, if probate is necessary, the distribution of the estate occurs the administration of an attorney and the estate’s executors.

Burke Vullo Reilly Roberts handles probate administration, including claims against the estate that may arise during the course of probate.  If the executor or beneficiaries of the estate take issue with any claims to the estate, the law office represents clients in probate litigation, too.

Call 1 570 288-6441 for Luzerne County estate law.

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1460 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, Pennsylvania

T: 570-288-6441
F: 570-288-4598

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