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Estate Planning & Business Attorneys in Trevose, PA

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Edward Benoff

Attorney at Law

For Edward, helping clients find success and peace of mind in their personal and business pursuits is more than just a job. After graduating from Temple University School of Law in 1960, he spent decades creating a law practice in which the client truly comes first. Because of this commitment shown to each client, he's come to see his role as less about the transaction and more about the interaction. Edward will listen to your story and help craft strategies that suit your goals.

Bart Benoff Attorney

Bart Benoff

Attorney at Law

Ever since earning his B.A. in Political Science from Albright College in Reading, PA, Bart knew he wanted to develop his ability to help individuals and businesses navigate complex legal issues. He graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1994 with his J.D., allowing him to guide clients toward personal and financial success. Bart thrives on seeking positive outcomes for clients while understanding that each client and each case is unique.


"Our number one goal is to make sure every single client is represented well."

Edward Benoff

Allowing your future to flourish

Legal issues that start small can grow to overwhelm you, your company or your family. You may have been seeking to plan your estate, or you may have been starting to build your business from the ground up, when suddenly, you are faced with unforeseen legal challenges. In this time of uncertainty for you and your business, depend on knowledgeable, experienced, local attorneys to allow you and your business to grow and thrive.

Based in Trevose, Pennsylvania, on the border of Philadelphia and Bucks County our firm has offered legal services to Philadelphia, Bucks County and Montgomery County for over five decades. As seasoned probate, estate planning and business attorneys, we assist with a variety of matters. From clients who are starting their own business to individuals seeking advice on estate and probate matters, we collaborate with our clients in seeking positive results and peace of mind.

Creating a plan that will yield positive outcomes for you and your business can involve many aspects of the law. Save your energy for what matters by allowing our firm to provide the strong guidance you need to move forward with your case. From filing the initial paperwork to signing on the dotted line of a negotiated contract, our dedicated attorneys are with you every step of the way. Nothing is more important to our practice than excellent representation.

Whether you're looking for reasonable legal advice for your business or real estate investment, or you need clarity on the laws that govern small and large corporations, trust in experience. If you are in Trevose, Pennsylvania, or the Philadelphia, Bucks County or Montgomery County areas, and you need help with probate, estate planning or business and commercial law, reach out to us at Benoff Law Firm. Start the process today and allow your future — and the future of your business — to flourish.

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Act 135 - Abandoned & Blighted Property Conservatorship

Passed in 2008, the Abandoned and Blighted Property Conservatorship Act (or Act 135) is a law that provides a way for neighbors, businesses, and non-profit organizations to address certain properties in their community that are neglected and negatively affecting the community. Knowledgeable attorneys can help you navigate the complexities of this law.

In Act 135, neighbors and businesses can petition for an appointment of a third-party conservator to take control of a blighted property to make necessary repairs. The conservator becomes the virtual owner of the property, acquiring the power and responsibility for rehabilitating and selling the property. While Act 135 can be used for a neighborhood's benefit, it can also result in property owners losing ownership of their property for good, with little to no compensation in return.

As a small, quality-driven firm with experience in Act 135, we are prepared to give our clients the personal attention their case deserves. Whether you are served with a petition under Act 135 and need to save your property from a conservatorship, or you are interested in using Act 135 to address an abandoned property in your community, reach out to Benoff Law Firm right away.

For over five decades, our firm has been committed to providing personalized strategies and effective representation to clients in Philadelphia, Bucks County and Montgomery County. From negotiating business contracts to navigating administrative law to managing the distribution of your estate, our attorneys have over 85 years of combined experience seeking the best possible outcome for your case. Act now by scheduling a visit with our skilled real estate, probate, estate planning and business attorneys serving Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery Counties.