How to Make a Pennsylvania Will: With Forms
Do you know who will get your property if you die without a will? How to Make a Pennsylvania Will explains Pennsylvania law regarding wills and joint property and includes ready-to-use forms. It will show you how to quickly, easily and inexpensively set up the distribution of your estate.
Did you know?
You can prepare your own will
You can decide who will care for your minor children
Joint ownership might overrule your will
Your spouse can overrule your will
Getting married can invalidate your will
Some property may be exempt from your will
You can avoid probate with a simple bank account
Your will does not have to be recorded--it can be kept secret until your death
You can forbid the use of artificial life-support systems if you become terminally ill
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BASIC RULES YOU SHOULD KNOW
JOINT TENANCY AVOIDS PROBATE
JOINT TENANCY OVERRULES YOUR WILL
JOINT TENANCY CAN BE RISKY
A SPOUSE CAN OVERRULE A WILL
OVERRULING A SPOUSES SHARE
ITF BANK ACCOUNTS
NO HOMESTEAD IN PENNSYLVANIA
GETTING MARRIED AUTOMATICALLY CHANGES YOUR WILL
HOW YOUR DEBTS ARE PAID
ESTATE AND INHERITANCE TAXES
DO YOU NEED A PENNSYLVANIA WILL?
WHAT IF YOU HAVE NO WILL?
IS YOUR OUTOFSTATE WILL VALID IN PENNSYLVANIA?
WHO CAN USE A SIMPLE WILL?
HOW TO MAKE A SIMPLE WILL
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________________________________ as Personal ______________________________________ a resident ____________________________________residing at__________________________________ ____________________________________residing administer my estate afterborn age of majority age to witness appoint ________________________________ appointment or testamentary at__________________________________ ____________________________________residing at__________________________________ beneficiary fails Codicils heretofore constraint or undue cute it willingly death declared this instrument elective share estate as soon free and voluntary guardian hereby nominate his/her Last his/her request,in his/her items bequeathed therein Jane Roe joint tenancy jurisdiction,any provision kind and wherever knowledge testator Larry Lowe lease or exchange leave a statement legal age list disposing list in existence mind and proper names as witnesses Pennsylvania do hereby person first named person had predeceased personal property Personal Representative full power of appointment property without court Representative full power request,in his/her presence resident of ______________________ sound mind statement or list Testament and exe thereupon at his/her unable or unwilling undue influence unwilling to serve witnesses thereto