How To Minimize Delays in the Probate Process

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After the passing of a loved one, families must start the probate process to distribute the deceased’s assets to their rightful beneficiaries.  In some probate cases, a comprehensive estate plan from an experienced estate probate lawyer or a small estate with few hurdles can make the probate process more efficient. However, other probate cases involve…

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The Role of a Living Will in Your Estate Plan

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Creating a solid estate plan involves more than distributing assets and property. One must also consider one’s healthcare and end-of-life care preferences, especially in case they are incapacitated or unable to communicate their wishes later on. To mitigate this, a living will ensures one’s wishes are honored.  However, not all individuals understand what living wills…

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Professional Guidance: The Role of Probate Settlement Services

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The probate process is a crucial step in settling the estate of a loved one who has passed away. It involves legally transferring assets from the deceased’s estate to their beneficiaries.  While it’s an essential procedure, it can often be complex, time-consuming, and emotionally challenging for those who are grieving. Without proper guidance, the process…

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Understanding the Power of Attorney: A Guide for Everyone

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Understanding the Power of Attorney: A Guide for Everyone The law gives everyone the right to make their own decisions. This is especially true in matters such as finances, estate planning, and health. However, when a person physically or mentally cannot make their own decisions for certain matters, they can appoint someone to handle these…

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When Is It the Time for Estate Planning

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An estate refers to everything someone owns, whether a house, car, real estate, checking and saving accounts, life insurance, investments and personal possessions. No matter how large or modest the estate, all owners have one thing in common – assets cannot be taken with them when they pass away.  At this time, control of those…

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