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When are you notified of the reading of the will.

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What is undue influence.

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What is probate law?

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Probate law is the legal process that happens after a person dies. Probate deals with wills and the property of the deceased, and can include challenges to the will, proving the authenticity of the will, and distribution of assets when someone doesn’t leave a  will. Probate is the process of determining heirs, paying creditors, and distributing assets....Read More

What does a probate lawyer do?

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A probate lawyer is a licensed attorney who advises estate executors and beneficiaries on the laws and processes of settling the final affairs of a decedent. Usually an executor handles the affairs of the estate, while a probate lawyer can guide executors and beneficiaries through the often murky waters that can be especially difficult when grieving the loss of a loved one....Read More

What does it mean to “probate a will”?

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Probating a will is a process, supervised by a court or courts, to determine the validity of a will, settle disputes over estate heirs, distribute assets, and pay estate taxes and/or debts....Read More