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Elder Law Attorneys Serving Western Pennsylvania
What is Probate?
Probate is the process by which an Estate is administered and distributed according to Will or law to heirs of a deceased. It involves the appointment of an Executor or Administrator, the collection of assets and debts, the filing of an Inheritance Tax return and the distribution of assets. Dealing with the probate process while grieving can be a trying experience. At Pecori & Pecori we have guided thousand of estates through the probate process. It is our goal to make what can be a confusing process as simple and stress-free as possible.
Why Plan Your Estate?
To protect you and your family and ensure that your wishes are met. No one wants to face their potential disability or immortality. If you postpone planning until it is too late, however, you run the risk that your needs will not be met or that your intended beneficiaries — those you love the most — may not receive what you intended. In short, estate planning gives you peace of mind.
What is Elder Law?
Elder Law and Special Needs Law are specialized areas of law that involve representing, counseling and assisting seniors, the disabled and their families. Elder Law Lawyers help with a variety of legal issues from Estate Planning to Long Term Care Planning to coordination of available government benefits and insurance as well as planning and protecting inheritance and settlement funds.
Meet Robert Pecori
Robert Pecori, Esq.
I am proud to say that I am the third generation to practice in my family’s firm. It has been a privilege to practice with my father and my grandfather, Emil Pecori, Sr., who taught me much of what I know about Estate Planning and Probate.
Beyond the law, my grandfather and father taught me how to be a gentleman and how to listen to people. These traits have served me well over my 27 years of practice. I often meet clients during challenging times in their lives and I view it as an honor that they allow me to help them through it.