Notice to Creditors

The experienced probate attorneys at The Martin Law Firm have been assisting executors and administrators with estate administrations in Montgomery County, PA for over 10 years. Our skilled probate attorneys provide compassionate, comprehensive guidance to our clients as they proceed through the estate administration process.

The estate administration process in Montgomery County, PA is detailed, complex, and may be overwhelming to those who are unfamiliar with Pennsylvania estate law. Our probate attorneys offer a free case evaluation for your Montgomery County, PA estate administration matter. Contact a knowledgeable PA probate attorney at The Martin Law Firm at 215-646-3980 today.

 

Notice to Estate Creditors Requirement for PA Estates

Executors and administrators are responsible for sending notice to estate creditors and other interested parties under Pennsylvania law. The notice to creditors requirement provides certain parties with an opportunity to lay claim to estate assets for the satisfaction of an indebtedness.

Estate creditors and other interested parties may include creditors, the IRS, charities named in the decedent’s Will, attorneys-in-fact under a power of attorney, the PA Department of Public Welfare, parties to litigation, etc. Failure to provide proper notice to estate creditors can subject the estate and the executor or administrator to liability.

 

Contact Probate Attorneys in Montgomery County, PA

The experienced probate attorneys at The Martin Law Firm regularly assist executors and administrators with the Montgomery County, PA probate and estate administration process. Contact a Montgomery County, PA probate attorney at The Martin Law Firm for a free case evaluation.