Probate can be defined as the legal process of estate administration. In the state of New York, the Surrogate’s Court has jurisdiction over estate cases. If you were to use a last will to express your final wishes with regard to the way that you want your assets distributed, you would name an executor in the document. After your passing, the will would be admitted to probate. The executor would handle the estate administration tasks, and the court would provide supervision. Sometimes, a … [Read more...] about When Is an Estate Probated in New York?
The Role of a Will in Vermont from Stephen Unsworth With so many changes in estate planning laws, the role of the will seems to have gotten lost. It’s as important today as it’s ever been and without it, your other estate planning documents could be significantly lacking. Learn more about The Role of a Will in Vermont in this presentation. … [Read more...] about The Role of a Will in Vermont
We all know how important it is to have a will, a living will, retirement and other important legal documents. It’s the way we’ve always been taught to care for our loved ones and protect what we’ve worked for over the years. Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF. … [Read more...] about Free Report:Is Legacy Planning for You?