Cunningham Chernicoff & Warshawsky

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We Provide Probate And Estate-Planning Solutions

The lawyers at Cunningham, Chernicoff & Warshawsky, P.C., in Harrisburg, advise clients in all types of estate planning and probate matters. Whether you need a simple will, assistance with the probate of a relative’s estate or a complex business succession plan, you will receive a high level of attention and concern.

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Our firm is one of the most experienced estate planning law firms in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In addition to crafting estate plans, we guide personal administrators and executors through the Pennsylvania probate process. We are here to protect your interests and make sure that probate goes as smoothly as possible. The probate lawyer you speak with at Cunningham, Chernicoff & Warshawsky, P.C., will work hard to ensure that your wishes regarding the disposition of a loved one’s property are fulfilled.

We also represent personal administrators, trustees, executors, heirs and beneficiaries in will contests and other types of probate litigation. We listen carefully to your concerns and respond in the most effective manner possible.

Business Succession and Wealth Transition

Our attorneys have extensive experience in facilitating the transfer of wealth and operating businesses from one generation to the next. As accomplished business lawyers, we draw upon our skills and experience in business law and real estate to provide smooth transitions which minimize taxation.

Contact Our Experienced Estate Planning and Probate Lawyers Today

Estate planning is for everyone, and you are never too young to plan. To learn more, call 717-260-3527 to schedule a confidential consultation with one of our attorneys, or email our firm.

The following pages provide answers to questions people often ask us about estate planning and probate: