Michele P. Conti
Michele P. Conti
Michele is a Tax and Estate Planning Attorney and Founder of Conti Law. She concentrates on Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Special Needs Trusts, Guardianship, Post-Litigation Planning and Personal Injury Settlement Planning. Michele also focuses on advanced planning strategies for clients to shelter assets from long-term health care, potential tax matters, guardianship and gifting consequences.
Michele received her LL.M. in Taxation from Villanova University School of Law, her J.D. from Duquesne University School of Law, her B.A. in Political Science and Writing from Allegheny College and Oxford University.
As a western Pennsylvania Estate Planning Attorney, Michele can help you plan for your future by confirming that your documents are properly drafted and up to date with the most recent law changes; assist you with obtaining Medicaid and VA benefits, and walk a loved one through probating your will, settling your trust and filing the necessary tax returns. Michele has worked at Meyer, Unkovic, and Scott, as well as Shields and Boris in the past and in 2016, started her own practice, focusing solely on estate planning, tax and elder law.
She can be heard as a featured speaker and expert on Biz Burgh Radio channels FM 101.5, FM 96.5 and AM 730.
Michele is happily married to Jason Conti, has twins, Zachary and Zoey, and two dogs: Duke and Lola.
- Includes: Last Will and Testament, Revocable Living Trust, Irrevocable Trust, Durable Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA), Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA), Living Will
Last Will and Testament
- Legal document outlining what you would like to happen with your assets, including guardianship of minor children,
- incapacitated adults and other matters upon your death.
Revocable Living Trust
- Acts as a will substitute but avoids the probate process. Can be amended during your lifetime.
Durable Financial Power of Attorney (FPOA)
- Legal document outlining who will make financial decisions should you become incapacitated. You can place limitations of the Agent’s ability to act. FPOA ends upon your death.
Health Care Power of Attorney (HCPOA)
- Legal document outlining who will make medical decisions should you become incapacitated. You may indicate religious factors for the agent to consider. HCPOA ends upon your death.
- Things to consider at the end phase of your life when you have no realistic hope of recovery including irreversible brain damage.
Probate & Trust Administration
- Includes: settling a Decedent’s Estate with or without a Last Will and Testament or Trust
Special Needs Planning
- Includes: First Party Self-Settled & Third Party Supplemental Special Needs Trusts, ABLE Accounts
- Includes: Contested & Uncontested minors & incapacitated individuals
- Long Term Care Planning
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986 Brodhead Road
Moon Township, PA 15108
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Michele is a Tax and Estate Planning Attorney and Founder of Conti Law. She concentrates on Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Special Needs Trusts, Guardianship, Post-Litigation Planning and Personal Injury Settlement Planning. Michele also focuses on advanced planning strategies for clients to shelter assets fro...