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Probate generally necessary when there is no will

Following the death of a friend or loved one, it can be difficult to manage funeral arrangements, let alone handle the closing of his or her estate. Closing out an estate in Pennsylvania can be made even more difficult if the decedent died without leaving a will behind. In such cases, probate court is generally necessary.

How long does it take to get through the probate process?

If you recently lost a loved one, you likely want to know how his or her estate will be closed out. In Pennsylvania, probate may be necessary -- it all depends on what type of assets the deceased owned and whether he or she had an estate plan. If probate is necessary, you probably want to know how long it will take to get through. The truth is every case is different, so there is no set time frame for how long it will take to finalize the probate process.

The ins and outs of probate in Pennsylvania

When a loved one dies, taking care of his or her estate can prove to be a challenging task. If a valid will exists, the state of Pennsylvania will allow assets to be distributed in accordance with the information contained within the will. Without a will or any other estate planning documents in place, the estate may be subject to state probate laws.

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