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Estate Planning

What is Probate Litigation?

14th May 2012
Definition of Probate Probate is defined as the legal process of how the debts are paid and assets and property distributed of an individual who has passed away. Often times, the process involves a will and sometimes there is not one available. When a ...
Author: lawfirm articles
Estate Planning

Probate Estates: Starting the Probate Process

07th January 2011
Probate refers to two things. One is the process of submitting a deceasedís last Will to the court. If the Will is proved valid, the court grants an order of probate (admitting the document as the decedentís valid Last Will and Testament. The other meanin...
Author: Jakub Bednar
Estate Planning

Privacy Advantages of a Living Trust

22nd November 2010
I find as an Atlanta GA trusts lawyer that many people donít realize the privacy issues that will face their family should they die without a living trust. Thatís simply because upon your death, everything you are leaving behind to your loved ones automa...
Author: Steve Worrall
Estate Planning

102 What You Should Know About Probate

20th April 2010
Death is never easy to deal with and what to expect in probate will ease your worries and let you think only of your loved one dies. The definition of probate is the legal solution to the decedent's estate, also known as your heritage. When a death occurs...
Author: Ruel
Estate Planning

Who Has the Upper Hand When There is No Will?

08th April 2010
Having a will is not macabre or gruesome; it's something that a responsible adult should consider so that his or her heirs are cared for properly after they've died, and so that their wishes are respected when it comes to property and other interests.That...
Author: tb_chats
Estate Planning

Florida probate administration: Do you need to hire a Florida probate lawyer?

25th March 2010
As per Florida probate law almost in all cases a Florida Probate Administration attorney has to involve in estate administration. If you have to go through probate in Florida then its better to hire a Florida probate attorney. But everybody doesn’t ...
Author: Daniel Smith
Estate Planning

What is probate?

15th March 2010
Probate is a court-supervised process for transferring a deceased person’s assets to the beneficiaries listed in his or her will.Typically, the executor named in your will would start the process after your death by filing a petition in court and se...
Author: swapnamanikssys
Estate Planning

Prove Your Love with Good Estate Planning

16th December 2009
In some television comedy shows, they have someone, typically the man of the house, who won't make a will or estate plan because he doesn't want to think about death. This might be hilarious when you see it on television; however this can be very bad in r...
Author: Julia McBride
Legal

Information about Prenuptial Agreements

17th July 2008
A prenuptial agreement is basically a legal contract where the couple will agree to who will own what when married. Having a prenup will prevent a contested divorce. A contested divorce is when the couple can't agree upon how to distribute the assets. Con...
Author: dmf32835