PA & NJ Estate Attorneys
Michael J. Saile, Esq.
Michael J. Saile, Esq. has been practicing primarily estate law including estate planning and estate administration for over thirty years. Mr. Saile was a graduate of Widener Law School in 1976. After law school, Mr. Saile attended Temple Law School and attained an advanced law degree (L.L.M.) in taxation.
Michael J. Saile, Esq. has taught many estate planning seminars to other attorneys and financial professionals. He is a past president and current active member of the Bucks County Estate Planning Council. Mr. Saile also donates his time serving with Pennsylvania lawmakers on the Advisory Committee to the Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission on Decedents’ Estates Laws. Mr. Saile helped develop the new Pennsylvania Uniform Trust Act.
Mr. Saile currently concentrates his practice on Pennsylvania and New Jersey estate planning and estate administration, including Federal Estate Taxation. He is the founding partner of Saile & Saile LLP.
Michael J. Saile, Esq. is rated AV status by Martindale Hubbell which is the highest rating possible in skill and ethics by his peers, who include both local lawyers and judges.
Michael L. Saile Jr. Esq.
Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq. began his legal career in southern New Jersey working as a trial lawyer representing personal injury victims and criminal defendants in New Jersey Municipal Courts. After two years of learning how to litigate, Mr. Saile joined his father to create Saile & Saile LLP.
Since joining Saile & Saile LLP, Mr. Saile has been practicing in the areas of estate administration, estate litigation, business law, real estate law, personal injury, DUI (driving under the influence), and traffic violations, in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Michael L. Saile, Jr., Esq. is a member of the Pennsylvania Association for Justice, the New Jersey Trial Lawyers Association, the American Association for Justice, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Mr. Saile has created the Saile Law Blog where existing and new clients can research current Pennsylvania and New Jersey law.