The death of a loved one is hard on a family. While you are grieving and dealing with family arrangements, it is also necessary to deal with issues regarding probate and estate administration. For family members living out of state, trying to deal with probate issues in Pennsylvania can be especially frustrating.
Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C., has helped families resolve probate and estate administration concerns for more than three decades. Our experienced estate attorneys represent executors and personal administrators in probate proceedings. As an executor or executrix, you may have many questions about your responsibilities. We stand ready to help you through the difficult process of estate administration and probate.
Our complete range of probate and estate administration services include:
- Opening, processing and concluding estate matters
- Handling intestate affairs if no will is present
- Paying creditors
- Property transfers
- Life insurance benefits
- Contested will litigation and settlements
- Advising and assisting executors
- Administering the trust and distribution of assets
- Wrongful death claims in deaths caused by negligence
Our main offices are located in Bensalem and we offer several convenient locations throughout the Northeast Philadelphia and Philadelphia metro region. Our probate lawyers represent clients in court in Bucks County and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.
Trusted By Our Clients And Our Peers
Dorian, Goldstein, Wisniewski & Orchinik, P.C., is proud to consistently earn the highest possible rating ("AV")* for legal ability and ethical standards under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system. Fewer than 5 percent of all law firms earn this rating. Several of our attorneys have been approved by the AARP Legal Services Network based on the excellent services we provide to senior clients.
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