Klenk Law

Klenk Law is a boutique law firm laser-focused on all aspects of Estate Law. For our Lehigh County clients, we divide the practice into three complimentary divisions:

Advising our Estate Planning clients includes Will drafting, designating Powers of Attorney, Special Needs Planning, Probate, reducing taxes and Business Succession. At larger law firms, Estate Law is likely only a small part of their practice. In our practice, estate clients always come first.

We believe estate planning is a lifelong activity and we see ourselves as your long-term trusted advisor. Quite simply, we want to help you achieve your goals, and we know how to do so. Klenk Law is committed to providing the very best legal counsel and estate planning techniques for our Lehigh County clients.

Our mission is to make estate planning, probate and even estate litigation as pain-free as possible.

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Why Work With Us?

CONVENIENT HOURS & LOCATIONS: Evenings, weekends, whatever works for you, we will make it happen.

EASY TO WORK WITH & EASY TO UNDERSTAND: We excel at explaining complex tax & asset protection techniques so you can make the best decisions for yourself and your Family.

FAIR & TRANSPARENT PRICING: Our deep understanding of estate law gives us the ability to quickly pinpoint solutions to reach your goals, saving you time & money.

FLEXIBLE ESTATE & PROBATE SERVICES: We can help you with a single issue or the entire process.

Wills and Estate Planning in Lehigh County

Estate planning may seem like a tedious and burdensome activity, but that doesn’t have to be the case. At Klenk Law, our goal is to make it easy for you. Owner and Principal Attorney Peter Klenk has a gift for making complex legal and financial techniques very easy to understand. During your initial free consultation, he will clearly explain the various options available to protect your assets, limit your tax exposure, and how to avoid unnecessary probate costs or future litigation. We will guide you step-by-step through making the best decisions for you and your family.

We make estate planning in Lehigh County painless; it’s what we do!

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Lehigh County, PA Probate and Estate Administration Attorneys

Estate Administration and Probate can be legally complicated and emotionally draining. Klenk Law is a boutique probate firm dedicated to providing effective probate legal services to clients in Lehigh County.

Should you be an Executor, Guardian or Trustee, in Lehigh County, our job is to advise you. Klenk Law’s Probate Attorneys provide step-by-step guidance to protect executors and trustees from litigation and ensure proper estate administration.

We offer flexible probate assistance. We can help you with one or two aspects of Probate, such as the Pennsylvania Inheritance and Estates Tax Returns, or obtaining releases for you from liability. Or, if you want, we can handle the whole thing, no problem! We will give you peace of mind throughout the entire process.

Assisting Executors to quickly and efficiently probate Lehigh County estates is what our probate lawyers do!

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Lehigh County Will Contest & Estate Litigation Attorneys

Unfortunately, there may come a time when your estate matter becomes a litigation matter. If you are involved in any dispute over any aspect of a Lehigh County estate, whether you are the plaintiff or defendant, Klenk Law can represent you. Our experienced estate litigation attorneys handle estate litigation on a full-time basis, not part-time. We provide our clients with high-quality, trusted legal counsel. Whether prosecuting or defending, our years of experience in the probate courts gives us the in-depth knowledge needed to protect your rights in probate and trust disputes. We work hard to make the process easier and manageable for our clients.

Lehigh County Will Contests and Lehigh County Estate Litigation, It’s What We Do.

Common Estate Questions.

In Lehigh County, In What Estate Planning Areas do you Practice?

Where Does Lehigh County Probate Take Place?

Probate in Lehigh County is overseen by Clerk of Judicial Records – Andrea E. Naugle, she oversees the Lehigh County Register of Wills Division. The Clerk of Judicial Records is an elected official, and the Register of Wills Division’s responsibilities include determine whether the Will being offered for probate should be registered as the last will and testament of the deceased, and whom should be recognized as the estate’s executor or administrator.

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Does your Firm Provide Estate Planning for the Lehigh County LGBT Community?

Certainly! Though same-sex marriage is accepted law, there are still concerns unique to the LGBT community. Historical prejudice and existing hostility both political and familial adds a layer of complication other couples need not address. Please read my article about Lehigh County LGBT Estate Planning.

What Happens to Someone's Estate if They Die Without a Will in Lehigh County?

If you die without a Will, you are “Intestate.” If you have no Estate Plan, then your assets pass under Pennsylvania’s plan. A Will allows you to craft a plan that reflects your real wishes. The Intestacy Rules do not take your wishes into consideration. For more, read our article that addresses Pennsylvania Intestacy.

“How

A Lehigh County Probate Attorney can charge what the court determines a “reasonable fee,” read our article on Probate Attorney Fees.

How Much Can a Lehigh County Executor Charge?

The Executor of a Lehigh County Estate can charge what the Lehigh County Orphans’ Court determines is a “reasonable fee.” For more information on what the court has found “reasonable,” read our article on Executors Fees.

How Much Can a Lehigh County Trustee Charge as a Fee?

Lehigh County Trustee Fees are based on what the Lehigh County Orphans’ Court has determined as “reasonable” over years of cases. For more information on what is “reasonable,” read our article on Trustee Fees.

What is the Maximum Lehigh County Power of Attorney Fee?

An Agent under a Lehigh County Power of Attorney can charge a “reasonable fee,” as the Lehigh County Orphans’ Court has defined that term. For more details, read our article on Agent Fees or Lehigh County Power of Attorney Fees.

How Much Can a Lehigh County Guardian Charge For His Services?

An acceptable Bucks County Guardian Fee is determined by the Lehigh County Orphans’ Court using a “reasonableness” standard. For more details, read our article about Guardianship Fees.

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Our Lehigh County, PA Location

Our Allentown, PA Location:

*Advanced Appointments Only

1275 Glenlivet Drive, STE 100
Allentown, PA 18106-3107
484-224-3051

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