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What You Need to Know About Probate

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An individual's last will and testament are effective following a death. This process is called probate. When an individual does not declare their wishes in a will or trust, state law may need to step in to determine how your assets will be managed.

 

 

A Child’s Right to Information When a Parent Dies

What are your rights to information in a will after the death of your parent or relative? Do you need a lawyer? Do you have to accept the bequeathed item? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this short video.

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How Does a Revocable Trust Avoid Probate?

Understand how a revocable trust helps families avoid probate, what it cannot do, and proper steps when creating a trust.

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What is Probate?

Understand what you need to know about managing an individual’s assets after a death, including how the court may be involved, from experts in the field of trust and estate management. 

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