Legal Advice for Executing a Will — 212 results
Written by attorney Diane L Gruber, over 1 year ago.
Some Oregonians view Probate with dread and they try to avoid it at all costs. They will spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, and many, many hours planning how to avoid it. In truth,... more
Written by attorney Robert Millsap, almost 2 years ago.
This list highlights the type of information that your fiduciary (e.g. Personal Representative or Attorney-in-Fact) will need to step in seamlessly to protect your independence and estate.... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
What is Probate? "Probate" generally refers to the court proceeding required to formalize the transfer of the assets. The type of probate varies with the size of the decadent's estate.The... more
Written by attorney Howard Van Den Heuvel, 8 months ago.
To minimize the risk of your will being invalidated, it is crucial to ensure that it meets the required legal standards. An estate planning lawyer is best qualified to help with drafting... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, over 1 year ago.
Will contests are popular subjects today in New Jersey probate courts. Part of the reason, I beleive, is the economic climate of the country but also because New Jersey Probate Law allows... more
Written by attorney Donald Lins, 12 months ago.
Frequently,in Floridaclients ask if their signed Will gets recorded or filed anywhere once it has been signed. In Florida, the answer is typically no. Most attorneys agree that filing the... more
Written by attorney Brad Micklin, about 1 year ago.
If you are a child or other close family member who is disinherited, you may have legal grounds to challenge a will under certain circumstances through the New Jersey probate process. The... more
Written by attorney Evan Guthrie, almost 2 years ago.
There may come a time when circumstances in your life have changed and you need to update your will. These circumstances can include a new marriage, a new child, a divorce, or having a new... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 11 months ago.
Living our lives firmly entrenched in the digital age, as we do, certainly poses some interesting legal questions.
Many of the assets we accumulate are digital not physical, and will be... more
Written by attorney Hanna Manzur, over 1 year ago.
Many people spend a large portion of their lives working hard not just to earn money, but more importantly to provide for their loved ones. So it is no surprise that they also want to do... more