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All plaintiff personal injury matters and insurance subrogation matters will be prosecuted pursuant to a contingency fee agreement.

You will only be charged a fee and pay costs if money is collected on your behalf.

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Estates, Wills and Probate in the Chester County, PA Area

Chester County is one of the wealthiest counties in Pennsylvania and also one of the oldest counties in the state. It was one of three original counties created by William Penn in 1682. Chester County is named after Chester, England. Chester County is part of the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area. Philadelphia, Bucks and Chester County were the three original counties created by William Penn on August 24, 1682. During this time Chester County’s borders were much larger than they are today stretching all the way to the Susquehanna River.

Richard Washington is the leading expert in Estates, Wills and Probate in Chester County, PA

Probate is the process in which a will is “proved” in a court and accepted as a valid public document that is the true and last testament of the deceased. The first step in the legal process of administering the estate of a deceased person is the probate. Once the probate has been granted all claims are resolved and the deceased person’s property is distributed to whoever is named in the Will. An executor is a person appointed by a will to act on behalf of the estate of the will maker upon their death. If a person dies without a Will the personal representative is known as an Administrator. This person is often the closest relative of the deceased person. The administrator can renounce their right to this role however if they feel as though they are not suited for the responsibility.