If you are an executor in the state of Pennsylvania, you are probably wondering if you should be paid to perform this job and if so, how much? An executor is tasked with carrying out the instructions of a will. This can be very time-consuming and complicated at times. Many executors are entitled to receive a fee for their work but choose to waive it given the circumstances. We recommend that you speak with an experienced trust, will and estate attorney before you decide whether to waive the fee. Pennsylvania is a fee guideline state, meaning your fee must be reasonable and there are maximum fees that an executor might receive, which we have listed on our website For more information, call the Law Office of Unruh, Turner, Burke and Frees at 610-933-8069
David M. Frees, III
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