My loved one died without a will—now what?

Monday, June 1, 2020

Amanda DiChello discusses the implications of individuals dying without a will or estate plan, a growing issue during the coronavirus pandemic, in Fox Business. There is growing concern about what happens to a loved one’s estate should they die intestate.

“There are laws in every state that basically control what happens if you die without a will,” Amanda explains.

“Pennsylvania has laws that say who receives what upon your death if you die without a will. For example, your spouse, your children and then other folks that are otherwise in your bloodline – your parents and your siblings and so on and so forth – but the first stop is always the spouse and the kids,” she continues.

Read the article here.


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