PA Estate Lawyer Explains When to Take Action on a Will or Trust

http://www.paestateplanners.com/ After the death of a loved one, moving on with the legal proceedings of a will or trust can be difficult. Additionally, many states have fairly short deadlines, so it is important to take action on a will or trust immediately. In Pennsylvania, for example, discounts applied to the taxes must be paid by three months after the date of death. You need to gather the information of a will or trust promptly, especially if you are the executor or trustee. You should be prompt so that you don’t get sued by other family members, and so that you receive the assets entitled to you by the legal deadline. If your loved one has passed away and you need legal advice concerning a will or trust, then contact David M. Frees. Call him at 610-933-8069, or visit his website at www.paestateplanners.com, to order a FREE copy of his book, Enhanced Estate Planning: What You Need to Know About Hiring An Attorney.
David M. Frees, III
Attorney, Speaker and Author