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Create a Pennsylvania Will

Do you know what will happen to your property or money after you die? If you have children, who will care for them? If you want to decide who gets your assets and takes care of your children, you should consider creating a will. FindLaw has partnered with US Legal to provide low-cost will forms that can be completed at your convenience. Use our guided process to customize, print, and sign your legally-valid document.

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Do I Really Need a Will in Pennsylvania?

You are not legally required to have a will in Pennsylvania, but it is a good idea to make one if you want to choose who takes care of your children and receives your property or money after you die.

If you die without a will, the courts will distribute your property according to Pennsylvania's intestate succession lawsIntestate means dying without a will. Intestate succession laws dictate the order in which relatives will inherit from you. If you have a spouse, no children, and your parents are deceased, your spouse will receive everything. If you have children or living parents, then your parents or children could inherit a portion of your estate depending on several factors.

If you do not have a spouse, children, or living parents, then the intestate succession laws provide a list of relatives who are eligible to inherit from you. The list starts with close relatives and moves on to more distant relatives until the court finds a living person able to inherit from you. If you have no relatives to inherit from you, then your assets will pass to the state.

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