From our Willow Grove office location, which was once our childhood home and has been our firm's location since 1959 or our Doylestown location, Mark and Scot Semisch invite Montgomery County and Bucks County businesses and individuals to contact us. Schedule a consultation to thoroughly discuss your legal needs in any of the following practice areas:
We handle trusts: revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, living trusts, special needs trusts, living wills, family trusts, family limited partnership trusts, and minor trusts. We have customized more than 8,000 wills for Pennsylvanians.
Ask business planning lawyers Mark and Scot Semisch for guidance choosing the most advantageous type of organization for your enterprise: partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP), limited liability company (LLC), S-corporation, or C-corporation.
We are experienced at estate administration, tax return legal advice, trust administration, probate litigation, will contests, and trust contests.
Discuss your family and business estate planning needs, including wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, living wills, avoidance of inheritance taxes, and areas of elder law including long term health care, Medicaid, and Medicare planning.
An estate is what is left behind when someone dies. There are laws that govern how those assets are to be distributed, either according to the stated wishes of the person who died, or according to established rules in the Pennsylvania code.
We handle real estate transactions, zoning and land use matters, commercial leasing, and landlord / tenant issues.
Ask us about paternity, separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, child custody modifications, child support modification, divorce, termination of parental rights, relocation, or stepparent adoptions.
Our divorce lawyers capably guide clients through property division, child support calculations and modifications, alimony (spousal support) agreements, joint custody agreements, and other matters related to divorce.