Lawyers Say Estate Planning Is Hot Following Gas Boom

, The Legal Intelligencer


Trusts and estates lawyers in Central and Western Pennsylvania said they've recently seen an uptick in inquiries from landowners with oil and gas interests who are interested in beginning the process of estate planning, although there are several schools of thought regarding when -- and even if -- it's advisable to consider gifting those interests.

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  • Evan Guthrie Law Firm

    The United States has so much natural wealth and it is important to do estate planning to protect that wealth for future generations.

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