Bob helps clients with all aspects of estate planning and administration, from estate planning-will preparation, tax issues, guardianships, powers of attorney, living wills, living trusts, and special needs trusts-to estate administration, the process of probate, valuing, and managing the estate, executing decisions on guardianship and conservatorship.
In the area of real estate law, Bob advises clients on matters of residential and commercial sales transactions, real estate contracts, mortgages, re-finances, foreclosures, eminent domain, title insurance, and title disputes. Bob handles land use, zoning, and permit matters.
Bob is AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell . He is a member of the Ethics Board of the City of Allentown and a former solicitor of the Register of Wills of Lehigh County. He is active in the Bar Association of Lehigh County, where he served as President in 1985, and is a member of the Barristers Inn of Court, where he also served as President.
Robert Donatelli Reappointed to the City of Allentown Board of Ethics
Robert Donatelli to Present Estate Planning Seminar for People First Federal Credit Union
Robert Donatelli Elected to Board of Directors for Allentown Symphony Association
Robert E. Donatelli Re-Elected to Board of Directors of Bar Association of Lehigh County
Six Norris McLaughlin Attorneys Named Lehigh Valley Style’s “Select Lawyers”
Norris McLaughlin, P.A. Welcomes New Trusts & Estates Member
Blog - Estate Planning Law Blog
Estate Planning for Pet Owners
Dead Man’s Rule
•Estate Planning Seminar for People First Federal Credit Union, Allentown, PA, October 24, 2018
Robert E. Donatelli has earned the Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent status.
Robert E. Donatelli has earned the Martindale-Hubbell Silver Client Champion award.
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Bar Association of Lehigh County
•Barristers Inn of Court
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