Heather L. Turner, Esq. brings experience, passion, and a community focus to her work as an estate planning attorney. Through her work as a lawyer and former teacher, Heather brings a knowledgeable and gentle approach to the often-overwhelming process of estate planning.
The estate-planning process can be daunting, but having a will is essential, no matter how large or small the estate will be upon one’s passing. Heather will work with you to understand your concerns, educate you on complicated legal jargon, and ensure that your needs and desires are met. Heather’s approach will give you confidence throughout the estate-planning process, no matter if it is the first consultation or the final step in estate administration.
Prior to focusing on estate planning, Heather worked as a litigation attorney for both plaintiffs and defense law firms, contributing to 150-200 working client cases each month. She received her law degree from Widener University School of Law and also earned a master’s in education from Drexel University. Heather has a deep knowledge of estate planning, administration, and probate and has worked alongside a seasoned and well-respected estates attorney for several years. Heather is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and handles cases in Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, and Philadelphia counties.
In addition, Heather’s endeavors in the community contribute to her legal work. She provides estate-planning services to PALM Senior Center in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and New Horizons Senior Center in Narberth, Pennsylvania, and shares her knowledge when speaking to local parenting groups. As a mother of two, Heather is active in her sons’ school, serving as school treasurer, and parent volunteer. She is also active in the Jewish community, volunteering at Main Line Reform Temple.
Areas of Practice
Estate Administration and Probate
Health Care and Financial Powers of Attorney
Planning for Children
Non-Traditional Family Planning
Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
B.A. 1995, Temple University
J.D. 1998, Widener University School of Law
M.A. 2004, Drexel University
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania