Family Law, Probate, Wills, Criminal, Real Estate, Business, Divorce 4/15/21

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Baysinger Henson Reimer & Cresswell PLLC is that kind of law firm. Our lawyers care about the interests of our clients by providing solid representation, dedicated service and personal attention in trials and out-of-court negotiations and mediations. Together, we have nearly 70 years of combined experience in representing Oklahoma clients.

From our offices in Owasso and Tulsa, Oklahoma, we represent clients throughout the Tulsa metropolitan area in legal matters, including family law, estate planning, criminal defense, personal injury, bankruptcy, business formation and representation, contracts, and homeowner association representation. For more information, please read our practice areas overview page.

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Unlike some attorneys, we think it is more important to listen than it is to talk. While we understand the law and how to make it work for our clients at trial and in negotiations, we believe that understanding our clients’ perspectives, insights and desires is paramount if we are to resolve their cases to each client’s expectations. Retain us, and we will listen to you before we attempt to solve your legal problem.

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Further, you can count on receiving personal service in a comfortable and respectful atmosphere. Our attorneys will return your phone calls, listen to your concerns, explain your options, and counsel you toward a legal strategy designed to meet your goals and expectations. Our goal is to never intimidate you, but to always empower you.

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A Lawyer Working for Your Best Interest
From speeding tickets to DWI to drug charges, the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, has the experience to effectively represent our clients in the courts in Mecklenburg County and other North Carolina state and federal courts. In addition to experience, we offer every client personal service as we work for the best resolution in your case.

Charlotte Criminal Defense Attorney · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
The best way to learn the ropes in criminal defense is to spend time in a courtroom. When attorney Charles Oldham first began the practice of law, he worked at a small firm in Sanford and was in court almost every day. That is where he honed the skills needed for effective criminal defense: how the system works, how to investigate, how to handle discovery, when to negotiate and when to go to trial.

The goal at our law firm is to find the best outcome for the client.

Traffic offenses, DWI: Too many speeding tickets or a DWI drunk driving conviction can take away the driver’s license you need. In some cases, you can lose your freedom. Make sure you have an experienced lawyer who cares about the results.
Drug Offenses: Whether it is possession of a small amount of an illegal drug or drug manufacturing or trafficking, state court or federal court, do not face the charges without an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
Appeals: Our law firm handles appeals in criminal cases as well as in civil cases. We bring experience, strong writing skills and attention to detail to every appeal.
If you have been arrested or if you are under investigation for an alleged crime, we welcome your call. In criminal defense cases, we offer a free consultation. Contact us for an appointment. We represent clients from our office in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Charlotte Traffic Tickets/DWI Defense Lawyer
Working for the Best Resolution of Your Case
Most adults in North Carolina need to be able to drive — to work, to doctors’ appointments, to school, to meet family and community obligations. Too many traffic tickets or a DWI conviction can mean a loss of driving privileges, an increase in insurance rates and a public record that can harm your reputation.

DWI Defense · Traffic Ticket Defense · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we have the experience it takes to effectively advocate for our clients. We also have a commitment to service — assuring that every client has the personal attention of attorney Charles Oldham.

Too Many Traffic Tickets, Too Many Points
What can you do when you have accumulated too many points on your driver’s license? Contact an attorney who understands your needs as well as the court’s concerns. There is rarely a dispute over facts: a car was clocked doing a certain speed, for example. But what can be negotiated is how the case is resolved. Experience counts — and Charles Oldham has the experience you need on your side.

Drunk Driving, a Life-Altering Charge
If you have been arrested for DWI, you probably know that DWI is a serious charge. If convicted, you could lose your license for a year. For many people, that can mean losing a job, health insurance and pension benefits. With so much on the line, you need a DWI defense lawyer who knows the rules and knows what to look for in a DWI case. Was the stop constitutional? Did the officer have probable cause? We have the experience it takes to investigate, find the weaknesses in a case, protect your rights and work for a resolution in your best interest.

DMV Hearing, Petition for Driving Rights
A bunch of speeding tickets or a DWI conviction can mean a driver’s license suspension. Our law firm can petition the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for a special hearing where we can explain why you need to drive.

Personal Service, Experience, Creative Solutions
If you have been arrested on a drunk driving charge, if you have too many tickets (and points on your license), contact an experienced defense attorney. In criminal defense cases, we offer a free initial consultation at our Charlotte, North Carolina, office.

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Charlotte Drug Offenses Defense Attorney
Whatever the Drug Charge, We Can Help
All criminal drug charges are serious, but the level of seriousness depends on the type and quantity of the drug. If you have been arrested on a drug charge, you need a defense lawyer who can investigate the charges and resolve the matter in your best interest.

Drug Charge Defense Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
As with any criminal conviction, a drug conviction can complicate the rest of your life. Criminal defense attorney Charles Oldham can help you understand the charges and the possible consequences. At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, you will always have the personal attention of your lawyer.

Marijuana, Crystal Meth, Heroin, Cocaine
While many drugs are illegal, the amount and type of drug can make a substantial difference in the charges. A small amount of marijuana, for example, is treated with less seriousness by the prosecutor than a large amount. It is important in any drug charge case to have a lawyer who knows how to investigate the charge, review the evidence and challenge the evidence itself (the amount, for example) and the way the evidence was obtained.

Possession, Selling, Manufacturing, Growing, Trafficking
Possession may mean the person arrested had a small amount for personal use. A larger amount of drug might be seen by the prosecutor as evidence of selling. Manufacturing crystal meth (methamphetamines) or growing marijuana is a far more serious charge, but will probably be in state court. In cases of large manufacturing and growing operations, the charge may go to federal court.

The most serious charge is trafficking, transporting illegal drugs across state lines and national boundaries. There is usually a larger network involved as well as a larger quantity of drugs. Those case are tried in federal court. Charles M. Oldham is licensed in all North Carolina state courts and all federal courts in North Carolina.

Any drug charge is serious and can damage your future opportunities and your reputation.

Personal Service, Experienced Defense Lawyer
No matter how small the charge may seem, even if you feel you should not have been charged, contact a criminal defense lawyer who can protect your rights and assure that you are treated fairly. At our law firm, located in Charlotte, we work for the best resolution available under the circumstances. For criminal defense clients, the initial consultation is free.

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Civil and Criminal Appeals
Appeals Require Thorough Knowledge of the Rules
Appealing a court ruling or verdict requires an in-depth understanding of the law, an ability to write and attention to every detail. You will find those skills at the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Experienced Appellate Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
Our law firm handles civil and criminal appeals in state and federal courts. Attorney Charles M. Oldham is licensed in all North Carolina state courts and all federal courts in North Carolina. When there is a chance that a court decision is mistaken, the appeals process offers a second chance. It is, by design, a rigorous process that demands precision.

What issues went wrong?
The first step in an appeal is to examine the trial transcript and find issues that compromised the verdict. You will want an appeals attorney who has the training and discipline to find issues that went wrong during the trial.

Everything is reduced to writing.
The appeals process is complex and lengthy. All arguments must be put in writing for the appeals judges. There are technical rules about how the information should be presented. Case law and citations from the transcripts must be on point, precise and accurate. Attorney Charles Oldham has handled appeals for his own clients and for other lawyers’ clients.

Personal Service, Experienced Appeals Attorney
An appeal takes time, experience and skill. Contact our law firm to discuss the appeal of a criminal or civil case in state or federal court.

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Charlotte Business & Commercial Law Attorney
A Business Attorney Who Offers Personal Service
Starting and running a business is challenging — every day. Business legal issues can be a distraction you don’t need. At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we work with our business clients to efficiently and cost-effectively guide them through legal matters.

Charlotte Business Legal Counsel · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
It is important to have a business law attorney who always works in your best interest. It is also important for you to be able to count on personal service from your lawyer. When you call our law firm, you do not have to explain your legal matter to anyone except your lawyer.

Corporate startups: The success of a new business depends on you and your ideas and on a solid legal foundation that will stand the test of time and the challenges of business.
Business and corporate litigation: When disputes arise, count on a lawyer who understands your concerns and who will handle the matter in your best interest.
Contracts and agreements: Businesses run on contracts: business plan contracts among the principals, employment contracts, partnership agreements, leasing agreements, sales contracts, licensing agreements. Our law firm handles contract negotiations and drafts and reviews contracts to assure they meet your needs and goals.
Business and commercial law can be complicated and distracting, especially for a business owner who is focused on the growth and success of the business. You can count on the personal service of business law attorney Charles Oldham. Contact us for an appointment.

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Charlotte Business Startups Lawyer
Building a Solid Legal Foundation for Your Business
You have an idea and objectives for a business. What is the best way to organize that business? At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we can help you establish your business startup.

Charlotte Business Startup Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
Choosing the right business entity for your startup can avoid problems now and well into the future. At our law firm, you will have the personal attention of attorney Charles Oldham. He will listen to your business startup goals and explain your options.

What is the right business entity for your business?
Which business entity you choose will depend on many different factors, including how many people are involved, how complex the business dealings will be, what the liabilities are, and how the business will be financed. You want an organizational structure that will avoid disputes and meet business objectives. You can establish a partnership, a standard corporation, a limited liability corporation (LLC) or another type of entity.

Put the contracts and agreements in place at the beginning.
It is far easier (and less expensive) to put agreements in place before problems arise. At our law firm, we will work with you to determine what contracts you need and to negotiate each person’s rights and responsibilities.

Select an experienced business startup attorney.
At our law firm, we are ready to help you make the choices that will give your new business a strong foundation. Contact us for an appointment. You will have the personal attention of your lawyer every time you call.

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Charlotte Business/Corporate Litigation Attorney
Protecting Your Interests in a Business Lawsuit
Whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant in a business lawsuit, it will take time and attention away from your business. Put the business dispute into the hands of a business litigation attorney who will protect your interests.

Charlotte Business Dispute Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, your business dispute will receive the personal attention of attorney Charles Oldham from start to resolution. If you are involved in a contract dispute, it needs to be resolved.

Our personal service includes creative solutions.
The answer to a breach of contract dispute is not always obvious. At our law firm, we research the issue and seek a solution that best meets your needs and objectives. If the case can be resolved without going to court, that can save time, stress and money. If the case does go to court, you need a lawyer who will fight for you.

A difficult economy can cause difficult problems.
A lot of business disputes involve a failure to pay for goods or services or a failure to provide the appropriate goods or services. When the financing dries up on a construction project, for example, that hurts the suppliers who provided materials and contractors who provided labor. The project owner is harmed to by the lack of promised financial backing.

It is important to have a business litigation lawyer who understands the dynamics of business and the legal tools available to resolve business disputes.

Personal service from a lawyer who knows business and the law
If you are involved in a business dispute, the sooner you begin the process of resolution, the better. Contact our law firm for personal attention and creative solutions from an experienced lawyer.

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Charlotte Civil Litigation Lawyer
Resolving the Issues in Civil Disputes
When two entities disagree, a quick and fair resolution is always best. In all circumstances involving a civil dispute, however, it is a good idea to have a lawyer who knows how to strike the right balance between aggressiveness and conciliation.

Charlotte Civil Litigation Attorney · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
At Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we give every case personal attention because our clients deserve our attention and because every case is different. We look for creative solutions that serve the best interests of our clients.

Collections (creditor and debtor): Whether you are owed money or you owe money to someone else, talk to a civil litigation lawyer to discuss how this might be resolved.
Real estate litigation: We understand the issues surrounding foreclosures, sales agreements and leasing agreements. We work with real estate firms, homeowners and others to resolve disputes.
Contract disputes: Breach of contract can be a serious problem for businesses and individuals. If you are involved in a contract dispute, contact a lawyer.
Civil litigation attorney Charles Oldham gives each client his personal attention. At our law firm, we know how important it is to deal with civil litigation issues quickly. A lack of attention or a delay in action can compromise your rights. Contact us for an appointment.

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Charlotte Collections: Creditor/Debtor Attorney
Using the Law to Resolve Debt Matters
There are laws on the books to protect debtors and creditors. Creditors have a right to expect payment. Debtors have a right to be free of harassment. If you are a debtor or creditor, make sure you know your rights and obligations.

Charlotte Debt Collection Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
When a debtor or creditor asks our law firm for assistance, we listen carefully and give the client full attention. There are a lot of factors that need to be looked at when attempting to collect a debt or negotiate payment. We can explain the laws and your options (including civil litigation) at the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

We help creditors understand the rules and their rights.
When debtors owe money on their accounts, a creditor has the right to ask for payment. At our law firm, we can make sure that you follow all the rules laid out in the Fair Debt Collection Act. Breaking the regulations can compromise your collection efforts. We work with creditors in sending out letters, giving notice, negotiating payments and, when necessary, filing lawsuits.

We work with debtors to resolve the situation.
If you owe money and you cannot pay or if you feel that you do not owe money, you need to resolve the situation. Failure to do so can harm your credit and reputation. Attorney Charles Oldham can explain the options available and help you determine a course of action.

Experience, personal service, creative solutions
In debt collection, there are frequently many ways to resolve the issue without courtroom litigation. Contact us to discuss your situation. We have considerable experience with debt collection — including filing and litigating a lawsuit.

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Charlotte Real Estate Litigation Lawyer
Finding Solutions for Real Estate Issues
Foreclosures, buyer-and-seller disputes and other contract problems happen in every economic climate, but the current climate has caused an increase. For homeowners, buyers, sellers, and real estate agents, good intentions are not enough to solve problems.

Charlotte Real Estate Litigation Attorney · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
If you are involved in a real estate dispute, contact a real estate litigation lawyer who has experience with real estate matters in Charlotte and the surrounding areas. At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we work with the people involved to resolve problems. When necessary, we can take real estate litigation to the courtroom.

Our law firm defends against home foreclosures.
If a lender has notified you that your property will be foreclosed, talk to an attorney who can explain the process and your rights. A lender has to follow very specific rules from the time the loan was made and continuing throughout the life of the loan. New laws have added new protections for homeowners. If your lender has broken the rules, the foreclosure may not be legal.

There may be additional ways to stop foreclosure, including negotiating a change in the loan. If keeping your home is important to you, contact an attorney who stays current with the changing legal requirements for foreclosures.

We help buyers and sellers resolve contract disputes.
It happens. Two parties sign a contract agreeing to a sale, and then one of the parties realizes the terms cannot be met. A buyer may not be able to obtain the necessary loan. The seller’s situation may change so that selling the home would not be practical. The choices? Negotiation or litigation. At our law firm, we work toward the solution that is in our client’s best interest.

Experience, personal service, creative solutions
When you are facing real estate litigation, attorney Charles Oldham will listen to your situation and work with you to resolve the problem. If you are seeking an experienced lawyer who offers personal service and creative solutions, contact us for an appointment.

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Charlotte Estate Planning/Probate Attorney
What Will Happen to My Stuff?
That is a question we hear often: “What will happen to my stuff?” Estate planning takes the worry and guesswork out of what will happen. Our law firm also works with executors and family members to determine the proper distribution of a loved one’s estate.

Charlotte Estate Planning and Probate Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we help individuals and families make decisions that will assure their objectives are met: proper distribution of property, care for minor children and other dependents, protection from punitive taxes.

Wills and estate planning: From a simple will to complex estate planning, your estate planning attorney will listen carefully to understand your needs and develop a plan that meets those needs.
Probate and estate administration: Gathering all estate assets, paying debts and dividing the estate requires careful accounting and strict adherence to the deceased’s wishes.
Every family is unique, and that is a good reason to have an estate plan that fits you and your family. Are there children who may need a guardian? Do you have the right powers of attorney in place in case you cannot make your own decisions in the future?

Contact our law firm if you want to draft a will, develop an estate plan or handle the probate of a loved one’s estate. We are here to offer you personal service and solutions designed to meet your needs.

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Charlotte Wills and Estate Planning Attorney
Planning for the Future With Wills and Trusts
An estate plan is a lot like a business plan. The will, trusts and powers of attorney that make up an estate plan answer the question: What would you like to accomplish? A well-thought-out estate plan can provide answers for you and your family.

Charlotte Wills and Trusts Lawyer · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
Personal attention is essential to drafting a will and developing an estate plan. At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, you will speak directly with your attorney. Before making recommendations, your lawyer will understand your objectives, what’s important to you.

We look for the most effective ways to meet your goals.
Your estate plan may be a simple will. For most people, however, the plan will go further. It is a good idea to have powers of attorney in place so that if you are unable to make your own decisions about daily living, finances or medical care, a person you trust can make those decisions. A living will or health care power of attorney can give you and your family confidence that your wishes are known and will be followed.

What are your concerns? How can your estate plan meet those concerns?
There are all kinds of trusts that are designed to meet specific estate planning goals — testamentary trusts, charitable trusts, revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts. Life insurance may be a part of your estate plan. Your estate plan should take into account state and federal taxes and their impact on your estate.

If you own a business or have significant assets in a business, you will want to work out a plan about how those assets should be reassigned. If you have children, you will want to make sure that guardianship issues are well planned.

Make sure you have an estate planning lawyer who knows the law and can explain how the law affects you, your family and your business.

Personal attention, creative solutions
Individuals and families are unique, and estate plans should be unique. At our law firm, we will listen to you and recommend solutions that meet your concerns. Contact us for an appointment to discuss your will and estate plan.

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Charlotte Probate and Estate Administration Lawyer
Paying Debts and Distributing Assets
After a death in the family, it can be difficult to deal with the financial realities of probate and estate administration. Our law firm is here to guide estate executors and other family members through the probate process.

Charlotte Probate and Estate Administration Attorney · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
Whether someone died with or without a will or other legal guidelines about how the estate should be settled, there are legal requirements that need to be met. If you are the executor or a family member with concerns about estate administration, contact the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The process begins by gathering assets and debts.
Attorney Charles Oldham will give you and your family personal attention throughout the probate and estate administration process. Before any assets are distributed, any debts will need to be paid. Tangible assets such as cars, art or real property may need to be liquidated to pay debts.

Estate administration requires a careful inventory of all assets and distribution according to the will or other documents. If the deceased did not have a will, state statutes will determine where the assets will go.

Probate and estate administration is an exacting process. All assets must be accounted for, all debts paid and all remaining assets distributed. An estate administration lawyer can explain the process and assure all parties that the process is fair and according to legal requirements.

Personal attention from your attorney
At our law firm, you can be assured that you will speak directly with your lawyer about all aspects of the probate and estate administration process. Contact our law firm for an appointment or if you have questions.

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Creative Solutions and Personal Service
At the Law Office of Charles M. Oldham, PLLC, in Charlotte, North Carolina, we believe in personal service. When you call your lawyer, we believe you should be able to talk to your lawyer. It’s as simple as that.

We also believe in creative solutions. Why? Because each client who comes to us has a unique legal matter. You deserve to be heard, and you deserve to have an attorney who will explore the options and find a solution that fits you.

Experienced, Personal Legal Counsel · 704-323-8520 · Contact Us
After qualifying for the North Carolina Bar in 2000, attorney Charles Oldham began to build a law practice based on personal service and creative solutions. We want a law firm where you always feel welcome, where you get the attention you need from a lawyer who does not rely on easy solutions. Charles Oldham takes the time to research legal problems, collaborate with other lawyers and explain your options to you.

Business law: If you own a business or you are planning a startup, you will want an attorney who is thorough and well informed about business law.
DWI, traffic offenses, criminal law: Talk to a lawyer who can explain the law and your options — and who cares about your future.
Civil litigation: When two parties disagree, it is a good idea to have a lawyer who works for the best resolution for his client.
Estate planning and probate: If you are the executor of an estate or if you need an estate plan, our law firm can help you find solutions that work for you.
Workers’ compensation: If you were injured in a workplace accident, make sure you are being treated fairly by your employer’s insurance carrier.
Personal injury: Make sure you receive the compensation you need and deserve for a car accident injury.
If you are looking for a law firm where your case will have the personal attention of your attorney from the first day you come in until the matter is resolved, contact us for a consultation.

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At the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we provide legal services in a variety of areas, including real estate law, business law, wills and estates, family law, criminal DUI defense, and other areas of civil law. Serving Lancaster County and neighboring areas since 1981, we can address your needs with the kind of quality advice you expect from a large firm and the service you demand from a smaller firm.

Attorney David F. Wedge and the firm’s entire staff know the importance of your legal matter, and we focus on achieving your success. We work together with you to create creative and compelling solutions. No one knows your situation or goals better than you, and our job as your attorney is to turn your needs into an individualized plan of legal action. Your success is our success.

A Complete Range of Services for Southeast Pennsylvania
From our Lancaster office, we can provide practical, cost-effective representation to clients in Elizabethtown, Ephrata, Quarryville and surrounding areas. We offer a full suite of legal services for individuals and business, including:

Family law: Whether you are getting divorced, need help with a child custody dispute or are concerned about your rights in the property division process, we can help.
DUI/DWI defense: Do not let a charge of drunk driving ruin your future. Pleading guilty without talking to an attorney is the wrong choice. There may be viable defenses, even if you have multiple DUIs in your past. We also handle record expungement for those already convicted.
Wills and estates: Properly drafted wills, trusts and other estate planning documents can take the burden off of your family when it comes time to distribute your assets. The probate process is made much easier and less expensive. Talk to a Lancaster probate law attorney about setting up your estate plan.
Real estate law: Perhaps you are involved in residential real estate as a buyer or seller of a home. Or perhaps you are a landlord or tenant in need of legal advice. Whatever your circumstances, make sure you speak with a seasoned lawyer about your real estate law needs.
Business law: David F. Wedge handles all aspects of business transactions and litigation for small and medium-sized companies in southeast Pennsylvania. From deals with vendors to licensing to partnership disputes, we are here to help.
We focus our attention on your unique needs. Along with our experience and reputation for successfully litigating and negotiating these cases, you are able to build a professional and reliable relationship with attorney Wedge.

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Real Estate and Business Transactions
Protecting Your Most Important Transactions
Your home and your business often represent a huge segment of your property, your assets and your wealth. You can’t afford to leave transactions, contracts and disputes involving your most important assets to anything less than an experienced attorney. We can provide the kind of legal advice and representation you need to protect your home and business. Contact us for assistance with your real estate and business transaction needs.

Avoiding Real Estate Problems Before You Have Them
The purchase and sale of property involves huge sums of money. For most people, you will never spend more money than when you take on the hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt involved in buying a home. You owe it to yourself to protect that home and that transaction by hiring an attorney to ensure that your interests are met throughout the real estate closing.

Our real estate transaction clients enjoy the security of attorney representation and title insurance for one price.

While many closings and real estate transactions don’t require an attorney, those that go forward without an attorney can proceed into dangerous territory before the buyer or seller realizes their property, their money and their future is in jeopardy.

Having a lawyer represent you in real estate transactions is like preventative medicine. Let us help to make sure your home and your money is safe and secure.

The Security Your Business Demands
We are proud to have been voted Lancaster’s #1 Attorney by readers of Lancaster Magazine, and we are proud of the reputation we’ve built in the area for successfully handling business matters.

The office of David Ford Wedge, Attorney at Law can help you in matters of:

Acquisition or Sale of Business
Contracts
Real Estate Closing and Transactions
Leases
Landlord and Tenant Issues
Business Litigation
Liquor control board licensing matters
And More

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Family Law
Providing Strong Representation for Lancaster Families
At the Law Office of David Ford Wedge we can assist you with family law matters from divorce to child custody. We provide the quality of representation that you can rely on with the confidentiality you need. We work with you to create strategies aimed at meeting your goals, and then we use multiple strategies from negotiation to litigation to make your goals a reality.

Family Law Representation Focused On You
Contact an attorney who can build a professional and strong relationship to handle your family law case. Perhaps no area of law is so personal, and working with an attorney who works with you can make a difficult situation significantly easier. We are focused on exceeding your expectations.

We can help you in family law matters including:

Divorce
Property Division/Equitable Distribution
Alimony/spousal support
Child Custody and Child Support
And more
Our law practice has helped Lancaster area families negotiate and litigate for successful family law agreements and settlements for decades, and has earned us recognition by readers of Lancaster County Magazine who voted David F. Wedge as the area’s #1 lawyer. It is an honor we are very proud of, because it comes from the people who are most important to us: our clients.

We are able to offer the experience of a larger firm while providing highly personalized service. With the resources to assist family law clients of all means and walks of life, we offer experience, reputation, service and a close attention to your confidentiality.

To see how our office can serve your family law needs and provide you with exceptional service, call us at 717-207-8362 or contact us online today.

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Lancaster Divorce Lawyer
Compassionate Advocacy in Emotionally Charged Cases
Divorces are unique because of the mix of emotions, personalities and issues involved in each case. It is important to work with a lawyer you can trust, and it is equally important to work with an experienced lawyer who can gain understanding of your particular situation and the needs of your family. You need a Lancaster divorce attorney who can defend and protect what you cherish most.

At the law offices of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we provide clients with exceptional legal service to protect their children, assets and parental rights to the greatest extent possible. Our law firm has been assisting clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding area since 1981. Mr. Wedge and our attentive staff keep you informed throughout the legal process and collaborate with you to sculpt legal strategies that promote your best interests in every aspect of your divorce case, including:

Child custody and support
Alimony/spousal support
Division of assets
Contact our law firm today to schedule an initial consultation with attorney Wedge. He will meet with you directly to discuss your many concerns about the legal process, your options in divorce and the best interests of your children. Our firm also provides valuable assistance to people considering uncontested or no-fault divorce. We provide a flat rate, including filing fees, and valuable legal assurances that a person should not proceed without in such cases.

Complete Divorce Agreements the Right Way, the First Time
We provide highly personalized service along with the experience and resources you might expect of a large law firm. Our reputable services, close attention to detail and confidentiality promote your success and account for the “what ifs” that inevitably arise in all divorce cases.

Similar to a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, Mr. Wedge will ensure that provisions are included in your divorce decree to account for possibilities such as the other party not holding up his or her end of the agreement, changing circumstances of children as they age and potential changes in your personal circumstances. You or the other party may need post-judgment modifications if either of you encounter substantial changes in circumstance such as decreased income, job loss, health issues or relocation for a job. We can assist you in pursuit of or defense against modifications to custody, support or alimony.

We also assist many clients with prenups and postnups, which may be very important if you want to ensure that assets gained before marriage, inherited assets or business assets are protected no matter what comes up.

Contact Our Lancaster County Domestic Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation and discuss flexible payment options.

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Lancaster Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
Flat-Rate, Low-Cost, Uncontested/No-Fault Divorce Services
With the offer of services that promise do-it-yourself, cut-rate uncontested or no-fault divorces, the idea of solving the issue on your own can be tempting. However, as in a contested divorce, if the agreements are not completed correctly the first time, it is extremely difficult and very expensive to try to change any part of a divorce decree without a substantial change in circumstances. It is better to ensure that all agreements are in your best interests while protecting your rights and assets with the assistance of an experienced Lancaster uncontested divorce attorney the first time.

Many people initially believe that their divorce does not involve any controversial issues. When it comes down to negotiating child custody, support, alimony, division of any assets and/or debts, however, they often find that the other party is not on the same page.

If the other party has a lawyer, you need a lawyer. If there is anything controversial or complex about any agreement to be made in your divorce case, you should give strong consideration to professional legal representation.

Contact the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, today to schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Wedge. We provide a flat rate, including filing fees, to spouses seeking a Pennsylvania uncontested/no-fault divorce. We can provide you with valuable assurances and legal protections at a reasonable charge. We offer you peace of mind and the knowledge that your case will be handled the right way from the beginning until it is finalized.

Informed and Dependable Consultation
Mr. Wedge has been practicing law in Lancaster County since 1981. He will walk you through the basics of family law and discuss your unique situation in detail with you before moving forward with anything. Every divorce case is unique, and you should be sure that you have all your bases covered from the beginning. No matter what kind of divorce case you have, it poses risks to your assets, your rights and your future. It is important to ensure that you are protected in any circumstance.

Agreements that are not reviewed with the discretion of an attorney serving your best interests could result in unequal debt burdens, unreasonable provisions or litigation in regard to an oversight down the road. Complexities can arise after your agreements are signed, but an experienced attorney can account for and protect your interests with a solidly developed plan for your finances and relationship with your ex-spouse post-divorce.

Contact Our Lancaster County No-Fault Divorce Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule an initial phone consultation or office visit. Our flat rate for uncontested divorce cases includes the filing fees for the divorce.

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Lancaster Division of Assets Lawyer
Asset Division in Pennsylvania
Many people assume that they will split all assets and debt equally in divorce. Others may assume that they will keep all the assets they have earned, but many circumstances factor into how assets will be divided in divorce. The court will rule on the division of marital property and non-marital property. It must take statutory factors into account to determine equitable distribution of all assets gained and debt taken on during the marriage (marital property), including:

Gains on the value of assets regardless of acquisition
Pension plans
403(b) and 401(k) plans
Trusts
Securities and stock options
Real estate property
Business assets
Income
Other assets placed in joint ownership during the marriage
It is important to involve an experienced attorney from the beginning to ensure you obtain the most favorable outcome possible in your case. David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, has been representing and counseling clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding areas since 1981. Our law firm can provide you with the support and due diligence necessary to advocate for your best interests and ensure the equitable distribution of assets.

Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation with Mr. Wedge. As a dedicated Lancaster division of assets attorney, he is knowledgeable and detail-oriented in evaluating assets and protecting your financial future.

Exempt Property and Equitable Distribution
Any assets, property and debt acquired from the date of marriage to the date of separation will be evaluated and divided according to several statutory factors — unless it is assessed as exempt property such as:

Premarital equity or property
Property excluded by prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
Gifts or inheritance not jointly held
Property acquired after separation
Factors and Circumstances Determining the Division of Marital Property:

Length of the marriage
Previous marriage(s) of either party
Age, health, station, income, vocational skills, employability, estate, liabilities and needs of the parties
Contributions by either party to the increased earning potential or education of the other
Opportunity for future acquisitions of capital assets and income of each party
Sources of income of each party
Contributions or dissipation of each party in the acquisition, preservation, depreciation or appreciation of marital property, including that of a homemaker
Value of non-marital property, including exempt property of each party
Standard of living of the parties during the marriage
Tax consequences of any award and the economic circumstances of each party
Whether either party will be serving as the custodian of any dependent minor children
The involvement of an experienced lawyer early on makes the entire process smoother. Mr. Wedge can negotiate or litigate for the most favorable terms available in your case and guide you through the process with confidence.

Contact Our Lancaster County Property Division Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation and discuss flexible payment options.

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Lancaster Child Custody Lawyer
Assisting Families in Child Support, Child Custody and Spousal Support
You may enter a divorce case concerned about your financial assets, but most people find that their most valued assets are their children. It is our duty to help you ensure that your child is protected and can live the life you envision for him or her. A child’s best interests are paramount in any divorce case, a point of view shared by the court. Once child support and custody agreements are determined, the court will determine the appropriate spousal support arrangement for your case.

It is crucial to have an experienced Pennsylvania lawyer advocate for your best interests in connection with all these agreements. Absent a substantial change in circumstances for you, your ex-spouse or your child, these agreements will dictate your future for years to come.

At the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we work to ensure these agreements are developed and ruled upon by the court for your best possible resolution the right way, the first time. Mr. Wedge has been serving clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding areas since 1981. Our law firm will provide you with personalized and attentive service from day one. Our dedication to your case is matched by the compassion with which we serve you and your family. Contact us today to schedule a free and confidential initial consultation.

Establishing Child Custody and Child Support
We will work to protect your parental rights, and we will assess your unique situation to pursue agreements that benefit you and your children concerning legal and physical custody. We give consideration to family dynamics, work schedules, and children’s activities and schooling to develop a custody and visitation schedule that fits your needs.

Child support is determined by the court with a set of guidelines, which we will help you evaluate according to your unique circumstances and the needs of your children. Major determining factors include:

Gross monthly incomes
Medical and educational needs of your children
Visitation time each parent will have
Determining Spousal Support
Spousal support/alimony is not determined by specific guidelines, but the court does account for several factors to establish if spousal support is necessary, including:

Length of your marriage
Disparities in achievable incomes
Financial investments and ownership of investments
Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
Disabilities and benefits
Child support, child custody and visitation
Along with vocational experts, we will work to determine if you or your ex-spouse needs additional training or education to become employable. If either party is unable to work, that will be factored into the spousal support agreement. We will help you obtain a resolution that is fair and just in your particular situation.

Contact Our Lancaster County Child Support Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation and discuss flexible payment options.

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DUI/DWI/Drunk Driving
Strong DUI/DWI Defense With A Focus On Results
If you’ve been arrested for drunk driving in the state of Pennsylvania, you need to contact a lawyer with experience in aggressive DUI defense as soon as possible. The consequences of facing a conviction for DUI/DWI can be serious.

You could lose your driving rights.
You could face serious fines and penalties.
Your insurance rates could rise dramatically.
You could lose your job or have difficulty getting future employment.
You could face jail time.
As an experienced attorney defending DUI cases in the Lancaster area, I can help you minimize the penalties and explore alternatives to drunk driving license suspensions or jail time.

Alternative for First Time Offenders
If you have been arrested on your first DUI offense, or if you have only one prior DUI conviction and it is more than 10 years prior, then you may have an alternative that will reduce the length of your license suspension and allow you to avoid jail time.

The Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program (ARD), can benefit people who have made an error in judgment, and reduce the duration of a license suspension or jail time. For a flat fee, we can help you fulfill the basic requirements to qualify for the ARD program, minimizing any impact to your driver’s license, your freedom and your ability to transact your life.

But, you have to act quickly. You can only apply for the ARD program within 30 days of your arrest to be eligible.

Expungements
Even if you aren’t eligible for ARD, our office has extensive experience assisting people in need of DUI defense. Under certain circumstances we can even help you have a DUI arrest or conviction removed from your record with DUI expungements that prevent the arrest or conviction from impacting your future. Given how easy the internet and online records has made the act of conducting a background check on any job applicant shouldn’t you take the necessary steps to protect yourself and your record from unwanted scrutiny?

Strong legal representation when you’ve been arrested on a DUI charge is always a wise move. Representation from an attorney who will explore every option in defending you will help in the long and the short term. We have a reputation for success and a proud standing as a law office you can rely on.

Call us today at 717-207-8362 or contact us online to schedule a free half-hour initial consultation to discuss your DUI arrest.

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Lancaster Multiple DUI Offense Lawyer
Defending Against Sentence Enhancements and Protecting Your Rights
Pennsylvania courts consider your entire criminal history in DUI cases. DUI arrests, charges and/or convictions up to 10 years prior can affect your case and sentencing significantly. The court will account for convictions in Pennsylvania and any other state. Prior convictions are just one factor that can affect your case as a sentencing enhancement. Other factors such as high blood alcohol content (BAC), driving under the influence with kids in the car or driving recklessly can also enhance sentencing.

Multiple DUIs trigger mandatory sentencing, but that is greatly dependent on Pennsylvania’s three-tiered DUI punishment system, which includes:

General impairment: .08 to .099 BAC
High BAC: .10 to .159
Highest BAC: .16 and greater
For a 2nd DUI offense, you face a sentence of five days in jail to five years in prison and a fine of $300 to $10,000. On a 3rd DUI offense, you face a sentence of 10 days in jail to five years in prison and a fine of $500 to $10,000. These sentences and fines are determined on a case-by-case basis, and mandatory sentencing guidelines are based on each tier and number of prior convictions.

It is critical to get an attorney involved right away. You need an attorney who is experienced at defending against multiple DUI offenses in Lancaster County. David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, provides clients throughout the area with serious and vigorous defense, and he has done so since establishing our firm in 1981.

Contact our law firm today to discuss the facts of your case and to fully understand the consequences you face. We provide free and confidential initial consultations.

Timing Is of the Essence in DUI Defense
There are two ways to beat a DUI charge, but quick action must be taken. We can move to suppress evidence if your DUI arrest was based on an illegal stop by law enforcement officials, and we can work with medical experts to challenge the results of Breathalyzer and blood tests. Both strategies must be pursued quickly, however, before tests are thrown out. We must have time to examine your case and your test results to provide you with the most robust defense possible.

A mandatory timeline also exists for the settlement or sentencing in your case, and you will have your license suspended or revoked, depending on the circumstances, immediately after your arrest. It takes a knowledgeable, talented and attentive lawyer to protect your rights and driving privileges.

Mr. Wedge will fight for your best possible outcome and to mitigate consequences as much as possible if your charges cannot be dropped. It may also be to your advantage to accept a plea bargain agreement, but this should never be done without experienced legal representation. You could be agreeing to provisions that will severely impact your ability to drive, keep your job, retain custody of your children, obtain future employment and/or pursue educational opportunities.

You may qualify for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program if you have only one prior DUI conviction, and it was more than 10 years ago.

Contact Our Lancaster County DUI Offense Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to take advantage of our free initial consultation and flexible payment options.

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Lancaster ARD Program Lawyer
First-Time Offenders’ Alternative to DUI Punishment
On your first DUI offense in Pennsylvania, you may qualify for a sentencing alternative called the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program. You may also qualify if you have only one prior DUI conviction, and it was more than 10 years ago. The ARD program can reduce your license suspension and fines, and it may allow you to avoid jail time.

Entering the ARD program also means that you may be entering a guilty plea, but we can work aggressively to dismiss the DUI charge in certain circumstances. Following successful completion of the ARD program, you will be eligible, if necessary, to expunge a conviction from your criminal record with the assistance of a lawyer.

At the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we work with clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding area to evaluate whether the ARD program is in their best interests. We offer flat fees for ARD application, fulfillment of basic program requirements for qualification and expungement of a conviction from your permanent criminal record once you have completed the program.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with Mr. Wedge. He will discuss the facts of your case and the 30-day deadline for applying for ARD and lay out your best legal options. Timing is critical.

A Clear Choice for First-Time Offenders
The ARD program can minimize adverse impacts on your driver’s license, your freedom and your ability to pursue opportunities that come along in life. ARD allows people who have made a temporary error in judgment a second chance in exchange for community service and minimized license suspension:

A conviction absent ARD will suspend your license for one year.
Depending on the circumstances of your arrest and your blood alcohol content (BAC), under ARD you will lose your license for just one to three months.
But you must act quickly. You are eligible to apply for ARD only within 30 days of your arrest, so it is crucial to consult with a Lancaster ARD program attorney as soon as possible. We can provide you with an assured outcome in your case and determine if you are eligible for reduced penalties.

Contact Our Lancaster County Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to take advantage of our free initial consultation and flexible payment options. We provide a flat rate for ARD services. If you respond by phone or e-mail after viewing our website, you will be eligible for a 10 percent discount on the flat rate legal fees for DUI ARD.

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Lancaster DUI Expungement Lawyer
Erasing Your Criminal Record to Benefit Your Future
Unknown to most people, DUI charges and convictions appear on your criminal record. The vast majority of employers perform background checks if you are being considered for a job. In addition to employers, schools, banks, other lenders and the armed services perform background checks to ensure that their candidates and applicants do not have criminal histories. Expunging your criminal record means erasing your criminal record.

With DUI convictions, you are eligible for expungement only if you have completed the Pennsylvania Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program. An expungement can prevent a conviction from impacting your future any further, but granting expungement is up to the discretion of the court. It is critical that you are represented by a lawyer you can trust and rely on.

At the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we charge a flat rate to expunge a DUI ARD conviction from your criminal record. Our professional service includes the filing fees for expungement with the court. Mr. Wedge has been serving Lancaster County clients since 1981 and has extensive experience as a Lancaster DUI expungement attorney. That experience allows our law firm to act with precision, efficiency and effectiveness in producing your best possible outcome.

Record sealing can protect your life from unwanted scrutiny in the short and long term. Expungement provides you relief, allows you to place past errors in judgment behind you and offers you a fresh start.

Contact Our Lancaster County Attorney to Erase Your Criminal Record
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule your confidential initial consultation and discuss flexible payment options. We charge a flat rate for expungement.

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Wills and Estates
Making Your Plan for Your Estate A Reality
Estate planning isn’t just for the wealthy or elderly.
Estate planning doesn’t just deal with who you leave your money to.
A will isn’t just written to work for today only.
Your spouse or child may not be the beneficiary of your estate if you don’t have a will.
If you have children, a home, a wife, retirement savings or an estate that friends or family may care about, then you have a responsibility to protect your heirs. But, even if you have none of those things, yet plan to someday, you can work with a lawyer to plan for your estate now and create a document that will grow with you. Contact our office to hear how we can help you prepare for the future.

Planning For the Future
It is easy to understand why people are hesitant to address the questions of their mortality, but consider the alternative. Imagine your wife or child in court in the midst of dealing with their grief to try and retain the right to your home, and savings. Imagine the court making decisions about who your child will live with in your absence because you did not.

Whether you are just starting your family or you’ve been divorced and remarried, you can plan for an estate that will grow with you and your wealth and that will make sure your wishes are carried out in the future.

Protecting Your Present
Along with a strong estate plan that secures your estate, you also want to consider drawing up documents that put your wishes in place when you are incapacitated. From powers of attorney to living wills, you can make sure that should you not be in a position to make decisions for yourself, someone you trust is making those decisions for you.

Just as you wouldn’t want to leave your estate to the courts to decide, so too you don’t want decisions about your life to be left to someone you don’t know or trust. We can guide you through the decisions you want to make now to ensure the future for yourself and your family.

For estate administration we provide services at an agreed upon hourly rate, not a percentage of what your family members have worked hard to earn.

Contact us online today or phone 717-207-8362 to discuss your estate planning, power of attorney or living will needs.

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Lancaster Trust Lawyer
Helping Clients Facilitate the Prosperity of Their Beneficiaries
Creating a trust can provide your heirs with peace of mind and tax efficiencies upon the distribution of your estate. If you have a child or another heir who requires special needs planning or other unique care or consideration, a trust can provide you several options to ensure that his or her needs are met when you pass away or if you become incapacitated. Estate planning is not about protecting assets for yourself. It is about setting up provisions and protecting assets that can provide for the well-being of your heirs. A clearly defined trust can help your estate avoid probate.

At the law office of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we can help you prepare a trust that clearly defines your wishes and provides for efficient distribution to your heirs. We will guide you through the process and make sure that you understand every option available to you before we proceed. We will discuss the advantages of revocable and irrevocable trusts with you. Depending upon the control you would like to have over the trust and its distribution, you will want to select a type that best accomplishes your goals and meets the needs of your beneficiaries.

A revocable trust can provide you with some control over its management while you are alive. You can determine how and when the trust will be distributed and for what purpose. You can include provisions such as age, time, use of assets and other requirements of the trust’s beneficiary or trustee as you wish.
An irrevocable trust provides for even greater tax efficiencies, but it also requires you to relinquish control over the assets transferred to the trust. Commonly, large real estate properties and life insurance policies are transferred to irrevocable trusts.
It is important to consult with an experienced Lancaster trust attorney to determine which type of trust is right for you and your beneficiaries. Attorney David F. Wedge has worked with clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding area on estate planning and trust and tax matters as a lawyer in solo practice since 1981.

Our law firm keeps up to date on Pennsylvania inheritance tax law, and we will ensure that any trusts incorporated in your estate plan provide for the combination of tax efficiency and asset control you desire. We assist clients in establishing trusts that meet their needs, including:

Simple trusts
Special needs and supplemental needs trusts
Education trusts
Farm trusts
Life insurance trusts
Personal residence trusts
Charitable trusts
Charitable remainder trusts
Asset protection trusts
Testamentary trusts
Contact Our Lancaster County Trust Attorney
For estate planning and administration, we provide services at an agreed-upon hourly rate, not a percentage of what your family members have worked hard to earn.

Contact us online today, or call us at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912 to discuss how trusts can fit your estate planning needs.

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Lancaster Probate Lawyer
Straightforward and Dependable Guidance Through Estate Administration
When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult to shift your attention to concerns about his or her estate. It is important to begin taking action to ensure assets are protected and your loved one’s wishes are carried out properly as soon as possible. Doing this on your own, however, in an already stressful and emotionally taxing situation can be very difficult and confusing. Working with an experienced estate administration lawyer, on the other hand, can ease your burdens and provide crucial assistance to ensure that the distribution of the decedent’s estate follows his or her intentions. Without knowledge and efficient legal advice, Pennsylvania law will govern the administration, and critical efficiencies may be lost.

At the law offices of David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, we work diligently to help our clients throughout Lancaster County and the surrounding area gain peace of mind in the probate process and estate administration. In working with an attorney, you may have concerns about paying a percentage of your inheritance for legal services. We do not charge in this manner. Our law firm provides legal services at a reasonable hourly rate for your needs. You do not pay a percentage just to close your estate either.

Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Wedge. In your initial meeting, he will help you understand the legal process of estate administration and/or probate, and he will discuss your best opportunities for cost savings.

Knowledgeable Representation When You Need It Most
In some cases, distribution of estate assets and the intentions of decedents are contested. We work to ensure our clients’ best interests are incorporated and strongly advocated for in will contests and other issues that might arise such as:

Unscrupulous disinheritance
Ambiguous wills
Disappointed heirs
Fiduciary misdeeds
Property right disputes
Tax disputes
Developing an Estate Plan to Facilitate Efficient Distribution
We can help you make sure your estate is distributed according to your wishes. It is beneficial to work with a qualified Lancaster probate attorney who is thoroughly familiar with the process of probate and estate administration.

A will, medical power of attorney (also known as a living will) and health care directives are important to put in place in case you become incapacitated. Such professionally drafted legal documents can protect assets and make provisions for assets before something unfortunate occurs. We can help your family avoid probate complexities and distressing situations. If you have children or heirs with special needs, we can also discuss guardianships that can ensure their needs are taken care of and your wishes are followed.

Contact Our Lancaster County Estate Administration Attorney
For estate administration, we provide services at an agreed-upon hourly rate, not a percentage of what your family members have worked hard to earn.

Contact us online today, or call us at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912 to discuss how we can meet your immediate needs in probate or estate administration.

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Real Estate and Business Transactions
Protecting Your Most Important Transactions
Your home and your business often represent a huge segment of your property, your assets and your wealth. You can’t afford to leave transactions, contracts and disputes involving your most important assets to anything less than an experienced attorney. We can provide the kind of legal advice and representation you need to protect your home and business. Contact us for assistance with your real estate and business transaction needs.

Avoiding Real Estate Problems Before You Have Them
The purchase and sale of property involves huge sums of money. For most people, you will never spend more money than when you take on the hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt involved in buying a home. You owe it to yourself to protect that home and that transaction by hiring an attorney to ensure that your interests are met throughout the real estate closing.

Our real estate transaction clients enjoy the security of attorney representation and title insurance for one price.

While many closings and real estate transactions don’t require an attorney, those that go forward without an attorney can proceed into dangerous territory before the buyer or seller realizes their property, their money and their future is in jeopardy.

Having a lawyer represent you in real estate transactions is like preventative medicine. Let us help to make sure your home and your money is safe and secure.

The Security Your Business Demands
We are proud to have been voted Lancaster’s #1 Attorney by readers of Lancaster Magazine, and we are proud of the reputation we’ve built in the area for successfully handling business matters.

The office of David Ford Wedge, Attorney at Law can help you in matters of:

Acquisition or Sale of Business
Contracts
Real Estate Closing and Transactions
Leases
Landlord and Tenant Issues
Business Litigation
Liquor control board licensing matters
And More
When you need an attorney for your business with a reputation for success, a history of client satisfaction, and the experience to protect the business you’ve put your heart and soul in, contact our office online or call 717-207-8362 for your initial consultation. We are ready to protect your property, your business and your future.

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Lancaster Residential Real Estate Lawyer
Peace of Mind and Assurance in Real Estate Matters
Purchasing or selling a home or other property is among the largest transactions that most people make in their lives. Real estate transactions involve large sums of money and may involve taking on hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt. To protect yourself, your property investment and your financial liabilities, you should involve a lawyer from the beginning who is experienced in providing solutions to real estate issues and preventing potential problems before they occur.

David F. Wedge, Attorney at Law, has been assisting clients in Lancaster County and the surrounding area in residential real estate matters since 1981. Our law firm works to address all matters and potential issues in any transaction to ensure that your needs and goals are met throughout the process of real estate closing.

We also provide our clients with title insurance and notary public services for one price. Mr. Wedge is an approved title insurance attorney in Pennsylvania, and we have a notary public in the office.

Experienced Preparation and Effective Solutions
In buying real estate, title insurance will make sure you have a good title, but will not address other issues such as misrepresentation by the seller. It is important to use an experienced Lancaster residential real estate attorney to make sure all matters are addressed. We will help you with all document preparation and address other legal issues in a real estate transaction that real estate agents and brokers are not qualified to answer or solve.

We help our clients avoid potential pitfalls in all residential real estate issues, including:

Closings
Residential leases
Preparation of agreements
Purchase and sale agreements
Title checks
Landlord-tenant issues
Deed transfers between family members or former spouses
Contact Our Lancaster County Title Insurance Attorney
Call us today at 717-207-8362 or toll free at 866-935-9912, or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation and discuss our flexible payment options. We can protect your property, assets and best interests in residential real estate issues.

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