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Comprehensive strategies. Personalized planning. Peace of mind.
In a world full of uncertainties, we can help give you peace of mind. Whether it’s protecting your assets or setting up a special needs trust, the attorneys in Burns White’s Estate Planning & Administration Group will work with you to ensure your legacy endures the test of time.
No matter the estate size, our group offers comprehensive, value-driven services personalized to meet each client’s unique objectives. After meeting with you personally and gaining a better understanding of your specific needs, our team will provide strategic counsel to assist you in looking to the future, anticipating unexpected possibilities and evaluating various strategies, including those related to asset protection and succession planning.
As circumstances in your life change, so should your plan. We’ll be there to guide you in making any necessary adjustments to support optimal outcomes. After all, we’re invested in helping you protect your most valued asset—your family.
- Simple and complex wills
- Simple and complex trusts
- Estate tax planning
- Special needs trusts
- Business succession planning
- Asset protection
- Estate administration
- Advanced health care directives
- Powers of attorney
Committed to making a difference
Our Estate Planning & Administration attorneys are committed to making a difference in the communities in which they serve. Through pro bono programs such as the Allegheny County Bar Association’s (ACBA) Wills for Heroes, they have assisted many area first responders in obtaining wills and other essential estate planning documents free of charge. In addition, our team regularly presents on the importance of organizing and preserving estate planning documents to senior citizens and their caregivers through the ACBA's Very Important Papers program.