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Employment Opportunity – Estate Administration Paralegal

UPDATE: This position has been filled. GKH is currently seeking an Estate Administration Paralegal to work with attorneys in our 2933 Lititz Pike office. The ideal candidate will have excellent self-management and inter-personal skills as well as the ability to work on an estate from start to finish. Experience with… Continue

Employment Opportunity – Estate Administration Paralegal Position

  Estate Administration Paralegal   GKH is currently seeking an Estate Administration Paralegal to work with attorneys in our 2933 Lititz Pike office. The ideal candidate will have excellent self-management and inter-personal skills as well as the ability to work on an estate from start to finish. Experience with Lackner… Continue

New Pennsylvania Law Facilitates Estate Planning for Digital Assets

Pennsylvania has just passed an important new law that clarifies both who has the right to access digital assets and the procedures for doing so after the owner dies or becomes incapacitated. This long-overdue law has implications for wills, trusts, and financial powers of attorney. If, like most people, you are the owner of digital assets, you may wish to update your estate planning documents to take advantage of the new law and ensure that your digital assets are managed as you intend.

Remote Estate Planning: Wills, Financial Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Powers of Attorney Witnessed from the Comfort of Home

COVID-19 has quickly changed the way we work, socialize, and shop. Estate planning is no exception. Technology like email and video conferencing has made it easier for attorneys to provide their clients with necessary estate planning documents such as Wills, Financial Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney, and… Continue

The Case for Estate Planning, Under Any Circumstance

A hypothetical situation illustrates why having an estate plan in place now can save many headaches later.

Pennsylvania Expands Anatomical Gift Law

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, there are more than 125,000 people across the country on waiting lists for anatomical gifts, including more than 7,000 in Pennsylvania alone. In an effort to reduce these numbers, Pennsylvania recently passed the Donate Life PA Act (DLPA). The DLPA… Continue

Attorney Ann Martin Presents Workshop on Advance Planning

Attorney Ann Martin presented a workshop on Advance Planning at Ridgeview Mennonite Church on Saturday, September 23. During the session, attorney Martin discussed the importance of advance planning, including wills, financial and health care powers of attorney, living wills, Out of Hospital Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Orders and Pennsylvania Orders… Continue

Peter Kraybill to Present at Financial Services Development Conference

Attorney Peter Kraybill will co-present a workshop at the Everence Development Conference, September 20-22 at the Lancaster Marriott. Attorney Kraybill will present with Everence’s Chief Investment Officer Chad Horning on the topic “What We Know and Don’t Know: How to Respond to Uncertainty and the Unknown.” The workshop will discuss… Continue

Estate Planning Presentation

Attorney Elvin Kraybill presented “Beyond Wills and Trusts: Other Estate Planning Essentials” on Monday, July 10, at Martindale Mennonite Church in Ephrata. The presentation was part of Martindale’s Vacation Bible School program, which offers programming for all ages. Attorney Kraybill, along with attorney Angelo Fiorentino, will present this topic again… Continue

Empowered by a Power of Attorney: Appointing an Agent To Make Financial and Healthcare Decisions

Date:          Thursday, March 16, 2017 Time:          7:30 – 9:00 a.m. Location:    The offices of Gibbel Kraybill & Hess LLP, 2933 Lititz Pike Attorneys Elvin Kraybill, Angelo Fiorentino and Doug Smith explain why a power of attorney may be one of your… Continue