When a loved one passes away, having a recent will or trust available becomes crucial for knowing the intended executor or trustee. Without a will or trust, the assets of the deceased may not go to the correct individuals. In Pennsylvania, intestate laws govern an individual’s assets if no will or trust is available. In such a case, the state has the power to determine the executor as well as who will get the money or assets at what time. This unfavorable situation could mean that you don’t receive the assets that your loved one wished you to have. If you have a recently deceased loved one who did or did not leave behind a will, or if you are looking to draw up a will of your own, then David M. Frees can help. Call him at 610-933-8069, or visit his website at to order a FREE copy of his book, Enhanced Estate Planning: What You Need to Know About Hiring An Attorney.
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