November 22, 2017

Media, Pennsylvania Estate Planning Attorneys Handling Power of Attorney Matters

More than 40 Years of Service in Southeastern Pennsylvania

None of us know when or if we may become incapacitated in the future. By preparing for the possibility we can protect our interests while making what can be a difficult time easier for our loved ones.

One way to prepare for future incapacitation is to arrange for a power of attorney. A power of attorney is a written document that allows another to act on your behalf in the event you are unable to make financial or medical decisions.

To arrange a power of attorney in Pennsylvania, contact The Law Offices of Halligan & Keaton in Media. Our attorney team brings unique capabilities to your estate planning processes and challenges, and includes:

  • A past president of the Delaware County Bar Association and a past director of the Delaware County Bar Association
  • A former adjunct professor of law at Villanova University and Widener University
  • Recipient of numerous awards from universities, publications and legal organizations

Most importantly, we view estate planning law as a calling and value the opportunity to meet with clients, help them plan for the future and to assist them through challenging times. As firm attorney William G. Halligan noted, “What we do is extremely important. People come to us…at a time of grief and uncertainty. We take the burden off of them. We solve problems”.

To discuss your estate planning questions with qualified, competent and caring lawyers in Media, contact The Law Offices of Halligan & Keaton by calling
or fill out our online intake form.