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Will an important part of estate planning process

Even with all of the technology available today, some Pennsylvania residents still prefer the old-fashioned pencil and paper method. Whenever a thought comes to mind, it can simply be added to the list or a notation made on a piece of paper. This method may be great for day-to-day activities; however, when it comes to estate planning, a more formal process is generally preferred.

Full disclosure needed in estate planning

The average Pennsylvania resident attempts to paint his/her family in the best possible light. This means that some details are left out of conversations, and information regarding family dynamics, finances and other significant details are kept hidden. While this is often the best policy in social situations, it can lead to problems if the same strategy is used when it comes to estate planning.

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