Haws & Burke, PC Haws & Burke, PC - Law Firm & Attorney

Welcome to Haws & Burke

Our Ardmore office, serving the Main Line and surrounding counties since 1927, focuses on Estate Planning, Elder Law and Estate Administration. Our knowledge in preparing Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and other documents can help minimize taxes and ease administrative burdens in carrying out your plans. We have an extensive practice in estate administration, including preparation of the necessary inheritance, estate and fiduciary tax returns, transferring assets to beneficiaries and assisting executors in performing their duties.


Reliable and experienced preparation. At Haws & Burke, P.C., our skills and decades of experience will help you prepare a customized estate plan to manage the orderly transfer of your assets to your beneficiaries. Preparing a Will, Trust, Power of Attorney, Living Will, Beneficiary Designations (for retirement accounts, life insurance policies and annuities) and other documents will establish a coordinated plan for all your assets.

Protect your assets. Planning techniques include advanced federal estate tax planning, tax bypass trusts, irrevocable insurance trusts, dynasty trusts, special needs trusts and advice for beneficiary designations for retirement accounts to help "stretch" the accounts over another generation.

Simplify. Even a simple estate plan can afford significant benefits. Knowing when and where to simplify a plan comes from a history of managing an extensive estate practice. Knowing the shortcuts is often half of the battle.

Plan ahead. A thoughtful and organized estate plan is a final gift to your loved ones. We look forward to providing you with capable advice to help you carry out your wishes. For decades, we have maintained an excellent reputation for Estate Administration, including preparing the required inheritance, estate and fiduciary tax returns, identifying and transferring assets to the beneficiaries, assisting the executors in performing their duties and reporting to the Court when necessary.