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Elder Law Attorney in Reading, PA

Navigating Elder Legal Care Issues

Planning for your future or for an elderly family member includes several legal issues particular to elder law. We offer a full complement of elder law legal services that span from the promise of appropriate care to planning through wills and probate.

Estate Planning

You may not like thinking about death, but it is an inevitability. If you don’t plan and make arrangements for the distribution of your assets when you’re gone, your estate may be delayed in probate for months or even years. During the probate period, your assets will be used to cover the costs of the process, and your heirs will not receive anything from your estate.

Avoid the probate process by writing a will with a lawyer so all of the protections of your assets are in place. John J. Grenko, Attorney-at-Law, can assist you with setting up joint property ownership, death beneficiaries, revocable living trusts, and gifts so that your assets are passed to the people you choose without being stalled in probate.

Elder Abuse

When someone you love is in a nursing home or receiving home care, you have an expectation that the care they receive will be appropriate, gentle, and compassionate. Unfortunately, there are people who take advantage of elderly patients. At John J. Grenko, Attorney-at-Law, we protect the rights of the elderly and their families. If you or someone you love is abused at the hand of a caregiver at home or in a nursing home, please call 610-376-5313 or contact us to help you through the difficult and emotional legal processes involved in holding the abusers responsible.

If you need assistance with elder care law or estate planning, please give us a call at:
610-376-5313. We serve clients in Reading, PA, and throughout Berk County. We look forward to hearing from you!


519 Walnut St
Reading, PA 19601



Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday - Sunday ( Closed )

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