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Editorial Advisory Board: Orphans’ Court judges need legal training

In preparing for your death, you should, of course, have written and executed a will and made sure your heirs know where your property is and how to secure it once you die. The popular press is filled with advice about other steps you should take to protect your property after you die. It is always a good idea to contact an attorney who specializes in wills, trusts and estates (and other matters of elder law, including durable power of attorney and living wills to advance your interests should you become ill or suffer an incapacitating accident) to assist you in planning for the future.

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