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Jeremy A. Wechsler

Elder Law Attorney Jeremy A. Wechsler

Law Office of Jeremy A. Wechsler

2300 Computer Avenue, Suite J-54
Willow Grove, PA 19090
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Attorney Profile

Jeremy A. Wechsler is a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and focuses his practice on estate planning, and elder law for a variety of families. Jeremy is adamant that every family should plan, no matter how little or much they have, remarking that proper estate planning shows compassion for your family, allowing for continuity during difficult times and diffusing any possible conflict or uncertainty.

In his time of practice, Jeremy has quickly gained the respect and confidence of the community he serves. Jeremy exclusively practices in the area of estate planning, allowing him to focus his complete attention on the latest laws, trends and technology in the field. He regularly attends conferences and seminars to hear from other experts across the country.

Jeremy regularly speaks on estate planning matters in front of community groups, as well as seminars and workshops provided for the benefit of prospective and current clients. He has spoken at numerous religious and civic groups and workshops about estate and elder law planning.

Firm Description 

Greetings to you and your family. Our firm is located in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, right outside of Philadelphia. We focus exclusively on estate planning, probate and elder law matters.

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