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How (& When) to Contest a Will: FAQs

August 31, 2016 Posted In Estate Administration,Executors & Fiduciaries,Firm News,Inheritances,Probate,Probate Litigation,Trustees,Will Contests

How (& When) to Contest a Will While the passing of a loved one can be painful and challenging to deal with, it may be more difficult to bear when you believe that an invalid or outdated will is being used to settle your loved one’s affairs. In these and other situations, contesting the will…

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Six Hidden Costs of Administering a Will

August 28, 2016 Posted In Creditors and Probate,Estate Administration,Executors & Fiduciaries,Firm News,Probate,Probate Litigation,Trustees,Will Contests

Six Hidden Costs of Administering a Will When it’s time to settle an estate and administer a will, there may be some obvious costs – like court filing fees and estate taxes – that will need to be covered as you proceed. Those, however, may not be the only costs, as there are common other,…

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Can My Will Help My Loved Ones Avoid Probate?

July 11, 2016 Posted In Estate Planning,Firm News,Probate,Probate Litigation,Trusts,Will Contests

When wills can (and can’t) be used to avoid probate? It depends. That’s the short answer because whether (or not) a will can help your loved ones avoid probate in the future will depend on a number of different factors, only some of which include: Whether you execute a valid will Whether your will is…

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