Estate Planning FAQs

Common Questions about Estate Planning

We’re here to provide clarity and guidance.

Why Do I Need a Will?

Without a will, Pennsylvania laws dictate asset distribution. A will ensures your wishes are followed and can appoint guardians for minor children.

What is a Living Will?

A living will allows you to make medical decisions if you’re unable to do so, guiding treatment providers and family on your care preferences.

What Are the Responsibilities of an Executor?

Executors must open the estate, publish notices, manage debts and assets, and handle estate tax returns. An attorney can assist with these tasks.

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