Pennsylvania And Florida Lawyers For Interstate Estate Planning
Estate planning should always be customized to meet your specific needs and those of your family. When you own a business, real estate or other property in another state, your plans for the future should account for that.
At Lenington, Gratton, & Associates LLP, our estate planning attorneys have extensive experience developing estate plans for clients who own property in multiple states. As a firm with offices in Pennsylvania and Florida, we are uniquely prepared to offer sound guidance and representation in these matters.
To set up a consultation, please call us in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, at 724-271-8300 or in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, at 850-374-8549. You can also send us an email inquiry. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, West Virginia, Texas, New Mexico, Alabama and Florida.
Businesses That Tend To Operate Across State Lines
Our attorneys are sensitive to the nuances of interstate businesses, as well as to the needs of business owners who want to ensure that the value of their assets is protected now and in the future. Following are some of the more common business types that may require interstate estate planning:
- Oil and gas production
- Restaurant/retail chains
- Transportation companies
- Investment firms
- Insurance companies
- Agricultural production
Work With An Attorney With Experience In These Matters
We have experience in interstate estate planning — and not every attorney does. Whether you live in Pennsylvania, Florida, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Alabama, Texas, or New Mexico, our lawyers can provide advice and representation regarding estate planning in these specific states where we are licensed to practice. We also have a robust legal practice involving residential real estate and commercial real estate, and we draw on that depth of experience when developing interstate estate plans for our clients.