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Estate Planning Attorney, Probate Lawyer, Business & Real Estate Lawyer in Wormleysburg, PA.

For over 30 years we have been committed to helping you protect what is most important to you. We achieve this through our unique planning processes, which combine our services with your other key advisors, to give you the control and the ability to make a difference for your family, friends and business.

We are dedicated to providing comprehensive, highly personalized planning services to individuals, couples, families and businesses in our four primary practice areas:

We also serve as a resource for accountants, insurance professionals and financial advisors, providing experience and innovative solutions with a practical, systematic approach to planning.

We work as a team with other planning professionals to create client-centered plans. We also offer continuing education programs, joint marketing workshops, strategic advisor networks to assist financial advisors in increasing their business and we even help with things like what important legal documents to keep. or questions such as, “What happens to debt after death?”


  • Guide to Estate Planning as a Young Adult
    January 18, 2022
    Articles, Estate Planning
    Estate planning as a young adult is not as complicated as it may seem. Cherewka Law breaks it down in this easy to follow guide.
  • What To Do When a Parent Passes Away
    January 11, 2022
    Articles, Estate Planning
    Cherewka Law provides some actions that need attention after a parent passes away. Read more here.
  • Does a Living Trust Help Avoid Probate?
    January 6, 2022
    Articles, Estate Planning
    If you want to ensure your loved ones have a more comfortable experience with enacting your will, then setting up a living trust can keep your family from probate.

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