Rachuba Law Offices - Estate and Business Lawyers in Bucks County & Lehigh Valley

Rachuba Law Offices, P.C. is a regional Estates, Trusts and Business Law firm serving the Greater Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley regions. We are located in Doylestown, Bucks County and Center Valley, Lehigh County. We work with clients by reviewing their personal and financial circumstances and discussing their ideas and wishes to prepare a custom estate plan. Whether a plan calls for the preparation of a Will, Power of Attorney and Living Will, or a more complex plan which calls for tax-saving or special needs trusts, business succession provisions or charitable bequests, Rachuba Law Offices has the experience to create an estate plan which works for each individual client. Founder, Anthony S. Rachuba, IV works with many well-respected and trusted financial planners and accountants in both the Greater Philadelphia Area and Lehigh Valley. The goal is to produce a collaborative estate plan, which includes input from a client’s financial planner and accountant. Whether the client is a business owner, professional, or has a family member with a disability, it is essential for the attorney, financial planner and accountant to assist in the design and implementation of the client’s estate plan.Rachuba Law Offices also represents executors and trustees in the administration of estates and trusts. Upon the death of a loved one, clients are guided from the probate of the decedent’s Last Will and Testament through the filing of the necessary estate/inheritance tax returns and ultimately the distribution of the estate to the appropriate beneficiaries. If you or someone you know needs assistance in the estate/trust planning or administration area, or needs assistance with starting a business or transitioning a business to new ownership, please contact Rachuba Law Offices.


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Contact Info

Greater Philadelphia Region
196 W. Ashland St. Suite 308 
Doylestown, PA 18901

Lehigh Valley Region
3477 Corporate Parkway
Center Valley, PA 18034

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