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There is an old expression - “you can’t take it with you when you die”.  Unfortunately, the person who first penned those words gave no answers as to what becomes of your property, financial accounts, investments, debts and responsibilities upon your passing.  Under Pennsylvania Law, when an individual dies owning assets, a family member, or an appointed representative, will typically need to open an estate to settle the deceased person’s affairs.  This process is often referred to as Probate and Estate Administration. What is the Estate and Probate Process?                 The “estate” of a deceased person

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” -Henry Miller We all have our dream vacation – two weeks in Aruba, a brief foray in the Philippines, or maybe a saunter through the Swiss Alps. But when we start making these dreams into a reality, it’s necessary that we consider our financial and legal responsibilities before we leave on our getaway. Specifically, who will ensure timely payment of bills? What if you encounter a medical emergency? These questions will weigh heavy on your mind while planning your trip. A travel agent can promise excitement, but if