Probate & Estate Administration legal answers

Darrell G. Brooke

What Can Go Wrong During California’s Probate Process?

Everything! While that might sound like an exaggeration, a multitude of issues can arise during probate unless California’s requirements are met …Sponsored answer by Darrell G. Brooke

Brandi K. Cassady

Is there a flat fee for probate in Nevada?

The first question should be how much experience the attorney has in handling probate cases like yours.  The next question should be how the …Sponsored answer by Brandi K. Cassady

Brandi K. Cassady

Questions to ask a probate lawyer before hiring them in Nevada?

First and foremost, you should feel comfortable with the attorney you hire in Nevada. They should be forthcoming with answers; whether the questions …Sponsored answer by Brandi K. Cassady

Marco Chayet

What Are the Duties of a Colorado Personal Representative or Trustee?

In Colorado, five appointments or roles carry fiduciary duties. They are: Power of attorneyConservatorGuardianTrusteePersonal representative Each …Sponsored answer by Marco Chayet

Robert Hughes, Jr.

How Can A Lawyer Assist Me In Georgia’s Probate Process?

WHAT IS PROBATE?Probate is the process of obtaining probate court approval to open an estate, collect assets, pay bills and distribute the remaining …Sponsored answer by Robert Hughes, Jr.

Andre L. Pennington

Why Should I Have A Lawyer For Probate In Arizona?

Most people who try to go through probate alone in Arizona stand to lose substantial sums of money when they have to turn to a lawyer when a problem …Sponsored answer by Andre L. Pennington

Brandi K. Cassady

How to choose a probate attorney in Nevada?

You should choose a probate attorney who is willing to speak with you on the phone, or in person, at your request, and one who makes you feel …Sponsored answer by Brandi K. Cassady

John Farina

Can you bring a claim in Florida to challenge wrongdoing by a trustee or executor?

The simple answer to this question is yes.Personal representatives or executors have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the estate. …Sponsored answer by John Farina

Andrew J. Bellwoar

How can I avoid probate in Pennsylvania?

After someone dies, that person’s belongings, or “estate,” go through probate. This is the process that deals with the gathering, …Sponsored answer by Andrew J. Bellwoar

Brandi K. Cassady

Can you do a grant of probate yourself in Nevada?

It is possible to do probate yourself in Nevada, but it has pitfalls and can be a frustrating process for many people. Estates less than $100,000 in …Sponsored answer by Brandi K. Cassady

Lisa Tan

If I Am A Beneficiary or an Heir of a Person Who Died In California, Am I Entitled To A Copy Of Their Trust?

As an experienced probate attorney, this is by far the question I have been asked most frequently. In so many cases, potential beneficiaries are …Sponsored answer by Lisa Tan

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