3 Ways An Estate Administration Attorney Can Help You Speed Up Probate

Posted on: 16 January 2023

If you have been named executor of an estate, your main focus is often getting through probate as quickly as possible. Quick closure means you can distribute the assets and close the estate with the courts. Unfortunately, if you are not familiar with the process, it can be lengthy, especially if you are managing a large estate. But an estate administration attorney can help you get through the process much quicker.
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What You Need To Know About Successor Trustees

Posted on: 16 December 2022

Choosing a trustee for your estate is one of the most important parts of estate planning. A trustee is a person who manages a trust for another person. You can be your own trustee while you are alive and are of sound mind to manage your own affairs. However, you also need to choose a successor trustee. This is the person who will manage your trust once you pass away or if you are no longer able to manage your own affairs.
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Dealing With Your Family Home After A Death

Posted on: 18 November 2022

As the personal representative (or executor) after a loved one's death, the family home may take up a large share of your time when it's time to deal with probate and more. For some tips on getting through this time and dealing with the family home, read on. Personal Representative Duties and the Family Home In many cases, real estate owned by the deceased is the most valuable asset in the estate.
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What You Must Tell Both Your Doctor And Attorney About Your Car Accident Injuries

Posted on: 24 October 2022

When you are pursuing compensation for your injuries after a car accident, two critical professionals will likely be helping you: your doctor and your civil litigation attorney. For your case to be successful, it's essential to be honest with your attorney; what you say to your doctor can impact how your case is ultimately resolved. Explain Your Medical History Always be upfront about your medical history. Your doctor will then be able to determine what treatment options are best for you.
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