Why do I need a will?

If you die without a will, the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will determine how your property is distributed.  You may lose the opportunity to distribute the assets you worked hard to gain in the manner you think is best. A will can also direct who becomes guardian of minor children, and how a minor's assets should be managed until they are old enough to manage them on their own.  These are not decisions to be made lightly, or leave to chance. Retain control over your assets and protect your loved ones with a will, and make sure to review the document periodically to ensure it continues to represent your wishes.

About Ashley Eckert

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For over 10 years I have focused my practice on divorce, custody, and support matters.  In 2012 I opened this firm to better serve the needs of clients who deserve straightforward advice and solutions without unnecessary litigation or inflated fees.

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