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Joel Luber, Chair of Reger Rizzo & Darnall’s Estates & Trusts Practice Group authored an article entitled, It’s All About the Words on Paper: No Substitute for Pinpoint Precision When Drafting Estate Planning Documents, for the Summer 2021 edition of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council newsletter. 

The cardinal rule concerning a decedent’s will is the requirement that the intention of the testator shall be given effect unless the maker of the will attempts to accomplish a purpose or to make a disposition contrary to some rule of law or public policy.

For more information, you can read the full article online here.