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Attorney Fees & Costs


All criminal defense cases are handled pursuant to an hourly or flat fee basis. Payment arrangements and credit cards may be accepted. All plaintiff personal injury matters and insurance subrogation matters will be prosecuted pursuant to a contingency fee agreement. You will only be charged a fee and pay costs if money is collected on your behalf.

Estate matters are handled pursuant to an hourly or flat fee basis. Credit cards may be accepted.

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Washington & Washington Injury Attorneys Terms of Agreement


I understand and agree that my request and any response thereto does not form an attorney-client relationship. Only upon signing a written agreement will an attorney-client relationship be formed.

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Estate Administration

Estate Administration

The passing away of a loved one is often overwhelming for families. In addition to coping with grief there are many questions raised about administering the estate. My office is here to help you with estate administration. In this situation, I help you gather the necessary materials to probate the will and help you understand this process. Knowing that it can be confusing for family members, I can help to answer your questions about how the process unfolds and what you can expect. My office also represents personal representatives of a Pennsylvania estate who lives in another state. Contact my office to learn more about how I can assist you during this difficult time.

Estate Planning

If you need a Will, Durable Power of Attorney, Medical Directive or Trust, call the attorneys at Washington & Washington, P.C. toll free 24 hours a day 7 days a week at (800) 988-0158 to schedule a free consultation to confidentially discuss your estate planning goals.

It is easy to put estate planning to the side. However, it is imperative to make advance plans now so you, your loved ones and your property are protected. Many people find it important to plan their estate when they are expecting their first child or have children, when they are retiring, when they have acquired assets, and when they may need surgery.

You should take the time to arrange for the transfer of your property upon your death. Your property may include, but is not limited to cash, real estate, cars, stocks, bonds, investment and retirement accounts. Furthermore, you would want to appoint a guardian for your minor children and someone you trust to represent your estate and manage any trusts that you have created. Planning ahead can help to ensure your property is properly transferred, your loved ones are protected and costly litigation is avoided.

Estate planning includes plans to protect yourself, your loved ones and your property, should you become incompetent and cannot manage your assets anymore or make important medical decisions.

Estate planning can be an emotional for you and your family. We are here to help you through this process and ensure the proper legal documents and plans are in place. Contact my office as soon as possible to learn more about how we can assist you.

Don’t wait, call the attorneys at Washington & Washington, P.C. toll free 24 hours a day 7 days a week at (800) 988-0158 to schedule a free consultation to confidentially discuss your estate planning needs.