Our Services at a Glance
Estate Planning. Wills, Powers of
Attorney, Trusts and Living Wills.
Estate Administration. The process of distributing property after one’s death.
Family Law. Family-related issues and domestic relations can be emotional.
Business Law. Starting a business is not just a decision; it involves a plan.
Areas of Practice
Estate PlanningWills, Powers of Attorney and Living Wills are referred to as Estate Planning documents. As humans, we often procrastinate about having these documents prepared. Life determines whether you should have these documents, not your age, wealth or marital status. Everyone should be prepared in the event of a disability and ultimately their death.
In the event of a disability you should be the one making the decision who will handle your financial and healthcare matters. Upon your death, you should be the one who has chosen the person to administer your estate and the individuals who inherit your assets. This is accomplished by having Estate Planning documents.
Siegle Law is committed to providing clients with honest, sincere and knowledgeable legal advice regarding their Estate Planning needs. This can only be accomplished by thoroughly evaluating each client’s unique circumstances. Your needs can only be meet when you are provided detailed explanations of your options, enabling you to make the best choices.
Areas of Practice Include: Wills, Trusts (Revocable, Irrevocable and Charitable Remainder Unitrusts), Special Needs Planning, Powers of Attorney (both financial and healthcare), Living Wills (Medical and Healthcare Directives) and Guardianship
The Executor (a.k.a., Administrator), and Trustee of the Estate have special roles due to their fiduciary obligation to the Estate. Siegle Law provides competent, compassionate and caring advice to assist you in navigating through this difficult life event and complex legal process.
When dealing with a family matter the advice of an experienced family law attorney is vital to your understanding of the legal issues, your rights and available options. At times like these you need an attorney who is not only experienced but who is also sensitive, compassionate and caring, who approaches these issues with the utmost of care and thoughtful consideration. Whether you are anticipating a joyous occasion such as an adoption or undergoing the stress and anxiety of divorce you will receive competent, experienced and considerate legal counseling.
Areas of representation include: Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements, Divorce, Spousal Support, Alimony, Custody, Child Support, Grandparents’ Rights, Paternity and Adoption.
Areas of Practice Include: Business Formation, Planning and Dissolution, Disputes, Buy-Outs, Contracts, Collections, Succession Planning, Acquisitions and Employment Matters.
Areas of Practice Include: Formation, Bylaws, 501(c)3 Application for Tax Exempt Status, Charitable Organization Registration, Policies and Procedures, Contracts, and Dissolution.
Areas of Practice include: Deeds, Agreements of Sale, Commercial and Residential Leases, Condominium and Homeowners Association, Landlord and Tenant, Boundary and Survey Disputes, Easements and Rights of Way, Ownership and Title Issues, Zoning and Land Development, Eminent Domain, Mechanic’s Liens, Foreclosures, Neighbors and Pets
Areas of Practice Include: Employee Handbooks, Policies and Procedures, Employment Contracts, Non-Compete Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Discipline, Discharge and Termination Evaluation, Severance Agreements, Harassment, Discrimination, and Unemployment Compensation.
Siegle Law evaluates the individual’s situation, addresses concerns and answers the questions posed by this stage of one’s life, enabling the elderly person and family members to make a decision that best suits the situation.
Areas of representation include: Powers of Attorney (Financial and Healthcare), Living Wills (Advance Medical Directives, Family Caregiver Agreements, Medicaid and Medicare Planning, Long Term Care Planning, Guardianships and Asset Protection Planning.
Siegle Law represents Churches in various areas of law including formation, property and employment matters and is sensitive to religious organizations and their unique position within the legal community.
I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute. – John F. Kennedy