Why you only need to sign one copy of your will

Generally speaking, there is nothing illegal about creating and distributing multiple copies of your last will and testament. Furthermore, it may be within your rights to give signed copies of this document to your Pennsylvania attorney or other trusted individuals....

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Why you should pay for estate planning assistance

You may be able to create a will, trust or other estate plan documents yourself. However, those documents generally don't mean much unless they are created and executed in a strategic manner. Therefore, it may be in your best interest to work with a Pennsylvania...

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Why a will isn’t always enough

If a person dies without a will, a Pennsylvania judge may determine who gets his or her assets under the intestacy law. A judge may also decide who will raise that individual's children in the absence of a guardianship nomination. Although a will can be an important...

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