Estate Attorney

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Carlisle & Harrisburg Estate And Probate Attorney

Stephen J. Hogg, Attorney at Law, has worked with Central Pennsylvania families and individuals for over three decades. At the Law Offices of Stephen J. Hogg, I offer knowledgeable and effective probate services and I represent my clients in every aspect of the probate process. My firm can give you, and your family the peace of mind that your estate matter is well-handled.

Meeting A Range Of Client Estate Planning Needs

Most individuals planning estates will require at least four important documents to ensure their personal care and estate needs are met. These documents are:

  • A Will
  • A Living Will (with Health Care Proxy, if desired)
  • Power of Attorney

Stephen J. Hogg advises all clients on how these documents should be completed for your personal well-being and your family’s security in the matter. This can include assigning specific people to make decisions about your end-of-life care, your finances and your medical treatment if you are unable to act for yourself.

My firm can help with standard, or one-of-a-kind estate requirements, such as charitable endowments and trusts for family members with specific guardianship and medical needs.

Secure Advice On Probate And Estate Disputes

My law firm also provides families with legal services following the loss of a family member, including probate of a will or distribution of an estate pursuant to the law when a legal will has not been established.

Carlisle Lawyer: Living Wills, Trusts And Estate Planning Services

Stephen J. Hogg is well known in Central, Pa for his work in the area of estate litigation. I have written hundreds of wills and estate documents as the former county appointed attorney for the Cumberland County Office of Aging.

I offer consultations and they are available by appointment only. Contact me online or call me directly at 717-245-2698 to schedule your meeting today!


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