Elder Law, Trust & Estates & Real Estate Law
E. Nego Pile has over 10 years combined experience in real estate law, guardianship’s, elder law and business law. The Pile Law Firm represents clients in all aspects of real estate development, transactions and litigation. We provide clear, practical advice to help clients achieve their goals, whether it involves a simple lease renewal, real estate contract drafting and negotiation; a zoning matter or a messy title issue. In each matter, we define success the same way: by meeting the client’s objectives as efficiently and effectively as possible. As an elder law attorney, Mr. Pile assists clients in planning for long-term care insurance, protecting assets, and making sure Medicaid and veteran’s benefits are available. He understands the process of petitioning the court to name an adult guardian. He uses this experience and his education to assist clients with preparing for their future and the future of their families. Mr. Pile advises and assists clients in the development of guardianship’s and in guiding estates through probate court. With a strong background in community service and a devotion to helping people, Mr. Pile provides a thoughtful and competent practice in real estate and elder law. He has dedicated his career to practicing in these areas and values the long-tem relationships he established with his clients. In law school, Mr. Pile concentrated his education in estate planning and business planning. His concentration in estate planning and business planning involved a curriculum designed around an in-depth study of those areas so that before he even graduated from law school he had experience in tax planning and will drafting. Mr. Pile is an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Montgomery Bar Association. He is a volunteer with Philadelphia Volunteers for the Indigent Program (VIP) where he has handled real estate and elder law pro bono cases for clients. Mr. Pile has refined his experience while working for major law firms and as a solo practitioner. He received his J.D. from Temple University School of Law and his B.A in philosophy from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Mr. Pile is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
- 2007 State Bar of Pennsylvania
- 2007 State Bar of New Jersey
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