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How Will Your Estate be Administered in Court?

The “probate” process, as it is often referred to, involves judicial officials, such as the Surrogate’s Court judges, appointing a fiduciary upon proper application to administer a decedent's estate. While state Surrogate Court laws may vary, the general process is quite…

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Is It Enough to Have a Will?

An estimated 50% of Americans do not currently have a will. While a will is a necessary document that every person who owns assets should have, it is still a relatively simple document that may not even cover everything you…

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Contesting a Will

When a loved one dies with a will, their will lays out who shall receive their property, and which person (called the Executor) will be in charge of settling the estate. For many reasons, beneficiaries can feel slighted by what…

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