Phone 412-207-7116

Law Offices of Michael D. Seymour

Estate Administration, Estate Planning including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Healthcare Powers of Attorney, Living Wills, Real Estate Law, Municipal Law, Business Law

About Us

Our goal is to provide the highest quality legal services to you and your business in a timely fashion.We welcome the opportunity to talk with you and to discuss how we may be of service.

Formerly established in 1971 as Feczko and Seymour, we have earned a solid reputation for providing legal services in a broad range of substantive areas. Our pragmatism and dedication to client satisfaction distinguish us from our peers in the legal community. We take an innovative approach to meeting our clients’ needs, including developing partnering relationships with our clients and designing special or alternative fee arrangements. Your case will always be personally handled by attorney Michael D. Seymour.

Michael D. Seymour, Esquire

Memberships: Allegheny County and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.

Practice Areas: Wills, Estate Planning, and Estate Administration; Municipal Law; Real Estate Law; Workers Compensation Law; Business Law; Casualty Insurance Law; Insurance Subrogation Law.

Michael J. Seymour, Esquire (Retired)



Call us for a consultation. Consultations can be handled in person, by phone, or by video conference.

412-207-7116 or 412-261-4970

Awards & Recognitions

Our Practice Areas

Call or email me for a consultation in any of these areas of law


Many people question the need for simple estate planning documents such as a will, living will, and if necessary, a power of attorney. If you do not have a will, state law will dictate how your money and possessions will be distributed. Under Pennsylvania law, your spouse may have to share assets with other family members which may be against your wishes. Also, without a will, your minor children may not be placed in the care of a guardian you would have chosen to raise them, and their financial needs may not be met in a manner which you would have preferred.

Estate Administration

Estate administration or probate is necessary when a person dies owning personal property or real estate. In such cases, the property must be administered through an estate by a personal representative appointed in a will or chosen by the Register of Wills in cases where there is no will. Estate administration procedures are difficult to follow for a personal representative who is not an attorney. We work directly with the personal representative in order to comply with all legal requirements including collection of assets, satisfying debts, expenses, transferring real estate, tax return preparation, filing of court documents, and distributing property to heirs and beneficiaries. Legal fees associated with estate administration, in addition to court costs and taxes can be arranged on a percentage or hourly basis and are generally paid from the assets of the estate.

Power of Attorney

A Durable Power of Attorney allows you to appoint a person of your choosing to act as your agent which remains effective even in the event you become disabled.

Healthcare Power of Attorney and Living Willl

A living will lets you decide who will make decisions regarding your medical treatment in the event you are unable to do so. If you do not have a living will, and others do not know your wishes about treatment, you may receive treatments that you do not want.

Municipal Law

We have over 35 years experience serving as solicitor to local municipalities in Allegheny County.

Real Estate

Getting started with buying or selling a home can be overwhelming. As our client, we will work with you through all phases of the real estate transaction, whether you are buying or selling, in order to ensure that you receive honest and objective advice, and you are comfortable with the transaction. Remember, agents and brokers are not trained attorneys and cannot review and explain documents and guide you through the process as your attorney can. Our real estate services include representation of buyers and sellers in all phases of the real estate transaction including: Preparation of Agreements of Sale, Deeds, and all other documents in connection with closing and title examination. Closing services include recording.

Business Law

Our business law services include new business formation (including corporations, partnerships, LLCs)and assisting with all legal aspects of operating your small business.

Basic Estate Planning

First, call or email me to discuss your needs and set up an appointment


Initial consultations can be handled in person, by phone, or virtual. I am also willing to travel to your home if necessary


Our approach to creating your estate plan focuses on you and fully understanding your wishes for the disposition of your assets, then fashioning a new customized plan, tailored to helping you determine how your estate will pass to your heirs.


Writing a will, living will, or power of attorney requires professional legal knowledge and experience in order to make sure the documents accomplish your wishes and conform to Pennsylvania law.

Office Locations

Conveniently located next to the Lytle “T” stop and municipal building in Bethel Park

Bethel Park, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania

5074 West Library Avenue
Suite 300 Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 15102 412-207-7116

Special Counsel