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How to Administer an Estate - Part I: What is an executor/administrator and what are estate assets?
How to Administer an Estate - Part I: What is an executor/administrator and what are estate assets?

Serving as executor or administrator of an estate is a challenging task. But first, what are they and what is the difference between an executor and an administrator? What is an executor? An executor is the person or persons whose job it is to administer the estate of a ...

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  • How to Administer an Estate - Part I: What is an executor/administrator and what are estate assets?

    Serving as executor or administrator of an estate is a challenging task. But first, what are they and what is the difference between an executor and an administrator? What is an executor? An executor ...

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  • Do I Really Need an Estate Plan? - Part 4 - Wrap Up and Summary

    You made it to the end! This last article is just meant to wrap and summarize the previous articles in this series on whether you need an estate plan. So, do you? It’s almost always better to have one ...

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    This is part 3 in a 4-part series intended to help you determine whether you need an estate plan. In this post, we’ll focus on the advance health care directive. Advance Health Care Directive – What ...

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  • Do I Really Need an Estate Plan? - Part 2: Power of Attorney

    This is part 2 in a 4-part series intended to help you answer the question of whether you really need an estate plan. In this post, we will focus on the power of attorney. Power of Attorney – What is ...

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  • Do I Really Need an Estate Plan? - Part 1: The Will

    This is part one in a four-part series intended to help you answer the question of whether you really need an estate plan. This post focuses on the the first document in an estate plan, the will. In ...

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  • Where Should You Keep Your Will?

    In Pennsylvania, if the testator’s original will cannot be found, there is a presumption that the original will was destroyed by the testator with the intention to revoke it. Overcoming this ...

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