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Is My Will Safe After I Pass?

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When people write wills in Pennsylvania, they obviously want to feel reassured that it will be respected after their passing. But could your will actually be altered unlawfully? Could your child somehow change the wording of the will and bend it to their own desires? This is obviously a terrible scenario, but it’s worth… Read More »

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What Happens to My Investments After I Pass Away in Pennsylvania?

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Many residents of Pennsylvania have placed enormous amounts of wealth in stocks and other investments. But what happens to these investments after we pass away? Like many individuals, you may have most of your net worth tied up in investments. You may be concerned about how these funds will be distributed or liquidated following… Read More »

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Will My Family Members Have to Pay All My Debts in Pennsylvania When I Die?

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Not everyone is in a position to leave their beneficiaries heaps of cash after they pass away. In fact, some individuals might be worried about leaving their family members exactly the opposite. If you’re dealing with considerable amounts of debt, it’s only natural to worry about what will happen after you pass away. Will… Read More »

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Who Should I Choose as My Executor in Pennsylvania?

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Choosing your executor is an important step in the estate planning process. While many people simply choose the first person who comes to mind, there are a number of things you should keep in mind before making this decision. Although you won’t be around to witness the actions of your executor, they can have… Read More »

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Reasons to Create a Northeastern Pennsylvania Living Will

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A living will is not the same thing as a last will and testament. A living will is also called an advanced health care directive, which is a legally binding document that specifies what type of medical actions you want to be taken in the event you are no longer able to make them… Read More »

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