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Do Your Will And Power Of Attorney Cover Digital Assets?

What are “digital assets” (like email and social media accounts) and what happens to access if you’re incapacitated or deceased? Find out what you need to know and do here.

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Pennsylvania Inheritance Lawyer Advice: Tips and Special Considerations for Writing a Will

It’s important to draft a will while you are still young to help your friends and family make decisions about your health, finances and property after you pass away. When considering issues like Pennsylvania inheritance tax and other fees, fines, and situations it may seem like writing a will is a daunting task. It doesn’t […]

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Updating A Will and Getting An Estate Plan – The Quick Quiz

Need to get a will or to update your will, trust or estate planning? Want to know if your plan is still good? Take this quiz…

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ADDRESS IT NOW TO PREEMPT A WILL CONTEST

In our practice we have the experiences representing Executors  that are necessary to help present clients avoid future problems occurring after death.  Everyone wants and expects that their wishes as set out in their  Last Will will be followed and will be properly carried out.  In some cases, clients want to divide their estate in […]

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Have You Chosen a Guardian for Your Minor Children?

Guardianship allows a person to manage the affairs and assert the rights of another person who is unable to do these things. There are two common ways in which a guardian is appointed: For an adult who is incapacitated. The person might be in a coma from an injury or they might be suffering from […]

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Estate Administration 101

For Executors and Maybe Trustees Losing a loved one is hard. But if you’re an executor or trustee hopefully this step-by-step guide to Estate Administration will ease the burden of knowing the business of what to do when a close family member or friend dies. Whether or not your loved one has a will or […]

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Is Your Will Out of Date? Want Peace of Mind?

In just 20 Minutes You Can Have A Free Will Review and Make Sure That Your Old Will, Trust, and Power of Attorney Aren’t Out of Date or Invalid Unruh, Turner, Burke and Frees Offers Free Will Reviews This Fall Have you been wondering if that old will, trust, or living will and power of attorney are still […]

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Revoke Your Prior Will

Reasons to Update and Clauses You Probably Need but Might Not Have Any good will should have a revocation clause. A will should not be thought of as set in stone. Times and circumstances change. You should review and change your will on a regular basis in order to keep it current. You may not […]

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Can Estate Planning or Will Make Your Spouse Happy?

Many spouses express fear and grave concerns that they would not know what to do if a spouse or loved one dies.  They are terrified when you don’t have a will, trust, or estate plan and a list of people and instructions to guide them. And, if you are the primary bread winner and/or have […]

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