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Estate Planning | Elder Law | Special Needs Planning

Blog Posts in October, 2016

  • I've Been Named As the Administrator of an Estate... Now What?

    When a person passes away, no matter how much estate planning they accomplished, probate to some degree will be necessary to sort through their assets and interpret their will or trust . In most cases, somewhere in their estate plan, there is named an estate administrator . This person is now formally in charge of overseeing the management of the estate as it moves through probate. For many estate ...
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  • Handling an Estate If the Decedent Doesn't Leave a Will Behind

    Estate planning is an effective way to tell your loved ones what to do with your property and assets after you pass away. For many people reaching their golden years, wills are the go-to estate planning tool, and for good reason. Wills allow the testator to clearly state what they want to be inherited by whom and why. “My niece gets my car because she is an auto enthusiast,” for example, is easily ...
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