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Pennsylvania estate administration basics

"What will happen to my possessions when I die?" This is a question that many Pennsylvania residents ask themselves; however, it is also a question that many do not take the time to answer completely. The answer depends upon one's estate plan, or lack of one. In order to answer this question, the first step is typically to create a will. With this will, when one dies, the estate administration process can begin.

Protect yourself financially during a divorce

No one would argue that divorce is difficult for everyone involved. It’s a very emotional time, there is an inordinate amount of stress, and that’s true even if the end of the relationship is reasonably amicable. However, marriages usually do not end on a friendly note. And even if things begin well, the situation often turns into War of the Roses when arrangements need to be made regarding alimony, assets, child support and custody, and visitation arrangements.