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Assets That Do NOT Go Through Probate in Pennsylvania

By Kim M. Gillen, P.C. |

When someone passes away, their final affairs go through a process called probate or estate administration as a way to bring closure to legal and financial matters. The person is no longer around to distribute assets, pay last bills and taxes, and handle other tasks, so Pennsylvania probate statutes provide a process for another… Read More »

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Tasks For The Personal Representative In A Pennsylvania Probate Case

By Kim M. Gillen, P.C. |

Probate is the process for wrapping up a deceased individual’s final affairs, whether estate administration is governed by a will or by state laws on intestacy. Early in the proceedings, the court will appoint a personal representative to stand in the shoes of the decedent and manage the estate. Pennsylvania probate laws include information… Read More »

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