Legal Advice for Estate Administration — 54 results
Estate administration is the process of finalizing a deceased person's estate. It involves gathering assets, paying debts and distributing remaining assets.
Written by attorney Daniel Newbold, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Introduction Frequently, the personal representative of a probate estate is confronted with the situation where the decedent died owning real property (often the decedent’s home)... more
Written by attorney Edward Dowling, over 4 years ago.
The Process of Estate Administration generally takes 2 forms- 1. Estate Administration, 2. Probate of the Estate.
Estate Administration is for estates in which the decedent (
the person... more
Written by attorney Sharon Siegel, about 4 years ago.
There are two categories of people who are appointed by the court to administer an estate.
First, an administrator of an estate (different than a Voluntary Administrator)is appointed in a... more
Written by attorney Jeremy Johnson, over 4 years ago.
FAQ ON ESTATE ADMINISTRATION
I just lost a loved one. What do I need to do immediately?The most important thing to do is to take care of yourself and your family. The funeral home should... more
Written by attorney Anthony Nigro, 8 months ago.
This short guide presents an overview of the process of settling a small estate in New York without having to go through full probate or administration. What is Small Estate Administration?... more
Written by attorney Steven Adler, about 5 years ago.
Losing a loved one can be one of the most difficult events in your life. Needing to dedicate hours upon hours to settle your loved one's estate can extend the mourning process and make it... more
Written by attorney Monte Snyder, almost 6 years ago.
What is the role of the Executor and how do I get started? You must initiate the estate administration process. Retrieve the Last Will and Testament form its storage place. Your first duty... more
Written by attorney John S. Palmer, over 6 years ago.
A Guide to Probate and Estate Administration
Written by attorney Fred DeVore, almost 5 years ago.
In North Carolina, if a person dies without a Will, that person is said to have died "intestate," and the Administrator is the person who handles the deceased person's (decedent's) estate.... more
Written by attorney Kevin Pollock, almost 4 years ago.
Everybody knows that good credit is important for receiving favorable financing terms when buying a car or a house. Let me give you another reason to keep your credit up: the ability to act... more