The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has adopted a new form to be used in opening probate estates.

The new form is not radically different from the current form, but in my opinion it is an improvement. It arranges information in a clearer, more logical fashion.

Use of the new form will be required beginning November 10, 2011.

The new form can be found here.

The Supreme Court’s order adopting the new form can be found here.


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