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- Prenuptial Agreements: Are They Really Necessary?
Why are your children so concerned about your new life? Are they overreacting?
- Estate Planning: Clarifying Your Wishes
The reality is that estate planning is necessary for everyone — no matter the value of their assets.
- Elder Law and Estate Planning
Today it's more important than every before to plan your estates. People are living longer and thus acquiring more assets, it is imperative that you protect those assets.
- A Trustee’s Responsibilities Administering a California Living Trust
Estate planning clients often have a lot of questions about their obligations as a trustee of their living trust. Where the acting trustee is also the creator or “grantor” of the trust, the trustee typically has plenary power to act on behalf of the trust and may amend or even revoke the trust in its entirety.
- What Is Ancillary Probate?
Ancillary probate is a mechanism of having two probate proceedings going on at the same time in different states. Whether a person’s estate will be subject to ancillary probate depends on the status of the property he or she owns and state law.
- Four Grounds to Contest a Will
Simply being unhappy with the distribution of assets or the delay of the probate proceeding in general is not sufficient grounds to successfully contest the validity of a last will and testament. An heir of an estate or a beneficiary of a prior will can commence a will challenge based on a number of enumerated grounds.
- Grounds and Procedures for Contesting a Will
A person’s Last Will and Testament declares how he or she wants property distributed upon death. This legal document has great power, and courts follow the directions when possible. However, a will contest can disrupt probate proceedings and derail them entirely.
- Debunking Two Common Florida Probate Myths
People unfamiliar with Florida probate law can make some unfounded assumptions about what happens to debt and property after a family member dies. Here are two of the most common myths and the actual facts.
- What is the “Residue” of a California Probate Estate?
by Hackard Law
What does residue mean as a legal definition, and how is it important in a California probate lawsuit?
- Finding the Right Probate and Estate Attorney
When it comes to dealing with the loss of a loved one, one of the last things that any family member wants to do is call a probate or estate attorney. This is understandable given that the family is grieving with the loss. Finding a lawyer should be not be a complicated matter. Finding the right lawyer to handle an estate, whether it requires planning or for the will to be probated, however, requires due diligence.