Guiding Those Left Behind in Pennsylvania: All the Legal and Practical Things You Need to Do to Settle an Estate in Pennsylvania and how to Arrange Your Own Affairs to Provide Guidance for Your Family

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Eagle Publishing Company of Boca, May 1, 2000 - Law - 287 pages
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Contents

THE FIRST WEEK
1
GIVING NOTICE OF THE DEATH
29
LOCATING THE ASSETS
55
Copyright

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AARP Advance Directive Affidavit anatomical gift ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATION annuity appointed Arlington National Cemetery arrangements assets attorney autopsy bank account Bar Association beneficiary bill burial capital gains tax casket cemetery certificate of deposit child columbarium common law marriage Commonwealth of Pennsylvania condominium contingent beneficiary contract copy cost court credit card creditor cremains cremation date of death death certificate debt decedent died decedent's estate decedent's property deed determine Direct Marketing Association document Elder Law elective share entitled estate plan estate taxes family member federal Federal Trade Commission fiduciary FOLDER funds funeral director funeral firm funeral home gift Gift Tax Grantor grief grief counseling grieving Guiding Those Left he/she health care health insurance hearing impaired income tax inherit inheritance tax insurance policy Inter Vivos Trust Intestate Succession joint account joint owner joint tenants jointly Laws of Intestate lease LEGAL AID SOCIETY legalese Letters of Administration Letters Testamentary Living Trust locate loss married married couple Medicaid Medicare MILITARY DISCHARGE mobile home monies owed mortgage insurance motor vehicle next of kin NOLO CONTENDRE Notary Public notify Nova Southeastern University nursing home organ donation Orphan's Court paid parent payment Pennsylvania law Pennsylvania statute per stirpes personal property Personal Representative post office box Power of Attorney PRE-NUPTIAL AGREEMENT Probate court probate estate probate procedure problem procedure is necessary promissory note purchase real property records Retirement Plan rights of survivorship safe deposit box Settlor share Social Security Social Security Administration someone SPECIAL NEEDS TRUST Special X Spendthrift Trust STATUTE OF LIMITATION Successor Trustee Supplemental Security Income surviving spouse tax return TENANTS IN COMMON term life insurance title insurance TODD AMES transfer trust Trustor vault company VEHICLE INSURANCE Web site whether wish

About the author (2000)

Pohl is an attorney. She has been associate professor of Mathematics at Prince George's Community College in Maryland.

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