Death is hard. Disorganized or inefficient estate plans can make death even harder on surviving family members. The best way to avoid more work for your loved ones is to get organized. If you do not have an estate plan make one. Make sure you tell someone where your will and other important documents are. Make sure your financial documents are in order and able to be found. Communicate with your family as to where assets are and how to access them. To read The Mess They Left by Suzanne Barlyne in The Wall Street Journal click here.
Attorney David M. Frees III whose practice involves trusts, estates, wills, and estate and asset protection planning, has just published a new (and free) guide for executors of wills probated in Pennsylvania.
If you are an executor, or if you need to update an old will, trust, or estate plan, or if you need to do one for the first time, call 610-933-8069 and ask for one of David's assistants for an appointment with David or one of his team.
Please tell us that you're calling from our estate planners web site and you will receive a bonus when you come for an appointment or you have a telephone conference with David.