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Pa Estate Law – Planning – 2

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Pa Estate Law – Planning – 2

Power of Attorney
Advance Directive for Health Care (“a Living Will”)
Last Will and Testament (Last Will)
Trust (at times)

Pa Estate Law – Planning – 2 – Note

Although each document has a different purpose, each document designates someone who is responsible for carrying out the wishes set forth in the document. I refer to these people – those in charge – as “The Bosses.”

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This article, which I published in the The Pennsylvania Law Weekly in the Spring of 2009 (with a few minor changes) is still relevant today. You can also review this article in the series of posts that have been – and will be – published in this blog.

Pa Estate Law – 1 – Intro
Pa Estate Law – 2 – Planning
Pa Estate Law – 3 – Taxes
Pa Estate Law – 4 – Fiduciaries
Pa Estate Law – 5 – Powers
Pa Estate Law – 6 – Traits
Pa Estate Law – 7 – Documents
Pa Estate Law – 8 – Pointers

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