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How to Probate an Estate - Inventory Documents and Assets
Most people have little experience dealing with what happens after their loved one dies and they get appointed as Personal Representative/Executor to settle ...
Opening a Probate Estate Checklist
In conjunction with my step by step guide on how to open a probate estate, here is a convenient checklist of the 8 steps involved in opening a probate estate.
How to Probate an Estate - Open the Probate Estate
Once the estate lawyer has received enough information to draft the court documents required to open the probate estate, the person named to serve as ...
How to Probate an Estate - Value the Decedent's Assets
Once the probate estate has been opened with the probate court, the next step will be to establish date of death values for all of the decedent's assets.
Reasons Why an Estate Will Need to Be Probated
One common question that is asked after a person dies is if probate will be required. Here you will find a list of reasons why an estate will need to be probated.
How Probate Works - 6 Steps - Wills & Estate Planning - About.com
There are six steps required to settle an estate through probate. Learn what they are here.
Step-by-Step Guide To Opening a Probate Estate
In general, there are 8 steps that should be followed in order to open a probate estate with the appropriate state court, but some of the steps can be skipped if the  ...
How to Determine Where to Open a Probate Estate
... will be necessary, how do you determine where to file for probate? Here you will find the general rules that govern where a probate estate should be opened.
What Are Probate Assets? - An Overview - Wills & Estate Planning
When a deceased person's estate owns certain types of assets, called probate assets, then the estate will be subject to a probate court proceeding in order to get ...
Review and Sign the Documents Required to Open the Probate Estate
Once the estate lawyer has enough information to draft the court documents required to open the probate estate, the Personal Representative/Executor and, ...
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