Important COVID-19 Update - March 19, 2020

    Due to the continuing progression of the COVID-19 outbreak, the offices of Walters & Galloway are closed until further notice. Updates will be posted here on our website

During this time, we will still be conducting business via telework operations. We will continue to provide services for our clients primarily through phone and email. You may call us at any time (717) 697-4700 as we will keep our normal business hours (8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday), and we are happy to schedule meetings with you over the phone or via video chat. Please contact our office for more information if you have an upcoming real estate settlement.

Please stay home, remain safe and healthy. 

Again, please reach out to us at any time, as we are always here to assist you! 

Attorney Ryan A. Webber

Getting Serious About End-of-Life Planning, by Attorney Ryan A. Webber

Planning in advance for your end-of-life care is an important step to take at any age. However, during a global health crisis, the importance is magnified. In many countries, including the United States, visitors have been banned from hospitals and long-term care facilities. This means that many individuals who are forced to quarantine may die alone. According to a 2017 Kaiser Family Foundation report, only 56% of Americans have even had a conversation with their family concerning their end-of-life wishes. Even more dismal, only roughly 27% of Americans have created an advance directive which documents their end-of-life wishes. This can make it difficult for family and a health care provider to make end-of-life decisions on behalf of a patient when that patient is quarantined away from family.  

Walters & Galloway, PLLC

With our two offices located in Mechanicsburg, Walters & Galloway, PLLC is able to serve the legal needs of our clients throughout South Central Pennsylvania.  Walters & Galloway, PLLC devotes a significant part of that practice to Estate Planning, Estate Administration, Elder Law and Real Estate Law.  We are able to serve your legal needs from selling, purchasing or refinancing your home; to preparing a will, trust, power of attorney, or living will; to administering the Estate of a loved one.  The practice also includes representing clients in civil litigation, family law, criminal defense, and in handling general business matters.

Our seven attorney firm prides itself in personally handling the matter you have entrusted to us.  

We feel confident that we will competently, effectively, and professionally represent you.

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