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Legal matters involving wills, trusts, and estate planning can seem difficult to deal with alone. Our attorneys at Curran Estate & Elder Law, PLLC offer compassionate counsel to help you preserve your legacy. We understand how important it is to make sure your loved ones are protected after you have passed. That's why we've dedicated our practice to advising clients on the estate planning and administration processes. Our attorneys take pride in helping you make the right decisions for your family and your future.
Sean Curran is a fifth-generation lawyer in his family. He was inspired to enter the legal field by his grandfather’s life as a judge and a desire to carry on his legacy. Sean graduated from Penn State's Dickinson Law in 1991 and began his career as a general practitioner involved in corporate, environmental, civil litigation, and real estate. He later served as in-house counsel for two different technology firms. After realizing he had a passion for helping families manage long-term care planning, Sean shifted his practice to estate and elder law and founded Curran Estate & Elder Law, PLLC in 2014.MORE ABOUT SEAN
Rose Kennedy leads our estate administration practice. Like our founder, she was also inspired to pursue a legal career because of her family. She hails from a family of attorneys, who influenced her to follow a similar path. Rose is an active member of her community and spends her time coaching, fundraising, and volunteering at Berks Catholic and Sacred Heart schools, serving on boards at Threshold Rehabilitation and Family Promise of Berks County, and preparing tax returns at local Volunteer Income Tax Assistance sites. Discover how Rose can help you navigate any issue of probate or another related matter.MORE ABOUT ROSE
We want to get to know who you are and what you need. Our clients are not just another paycheck, but a chance for us to create thoughtful, honest relationships. We understand what it means to preserve a legacy. Whether you wish to live in your home as long as possible or plan to move into assisted living, we're ready to guide you on your chosen path forward.
The rules and regulations surrounding elder law in Pennsylvania can feel like an unsolvable maze. When you come to us for guidance, we're ready to take the reins in an effort to alleviate some of your worries. We'll even lay out your options so you can make the best choice for your situation, whether it takes place in Berks County, Pennsylvania, or the neighboring counties of Schuylkill, Montgomery, Lancaster, or Lebanon.
Sean was great! He explained all of our options very clearly and wasn’t disappointed when we decided to go with the most simplistic plans. He was very thorough and non-intimidating…made the entire process a breeze!
A friend recommended Curran Estate Law. Sean was very pleasant & helpful. Made sure that my needs were met. Everyone dies, but when that time comes I can rest in peace knowing everything is in order.
You saved me a ton of worry and confusion. Being informed and well-advised when making critical decisions is priceless. There are countless pitfalls in this process, I feel I now have the means to help Mom through this stage of her life.
Very good and explains questions.
Very good firm to work with.
Elder law isn’t just estate planning and writing wills. It also includes processes like creating a living will to outline your end-of-life wishes and life care plan. In our life care planning practice, we provide a holistic, elder-centered approach that aims to prepare families for a variety of challenges. Oftentimes, that involves setting up a healthcare power of attorney and a durable power of attorney. Learn more by reaching out to us at Curran Estate & Elder Law, PLLC.
Your quality of life matters, so we want to see that you are receiving the best aid and benefits available to you. If you or your spouse served in the military, you may qualify for veterans aid and attendance pension benefits. We can also walk you through the process of applying for Medicaid and Medicare in an effort to pursue federal health care benefits.
Not sure exactly what estate planning is? Your belongings, real estate properties, and other possessions make up your estate. When you die, those items normally are passed to relatives, friends, or other beneficiaries based on how your will is written. If you don't leave a will, a Pennsylvania court will decide how to distribute your assets. Planning your estate early with the creation of a will ensures your legacy will be handled according to your wishes.
We care for our clients and only want the best for them. Your welfare matters to us, so we take the time to understand your needs and desires. Our team proudly serves the people in Berks County, Pennsylvania, and the neighboring counties of Schuylkill, Montgomery, Lancaster, Chester, and Lebanon counties. To receive a free consultation, we ask that you first attend a webinar. Contact us to get started.