Absolutely. A will's validity is determined after death in probate court, which is often long after it was executed. Disappointed beneficiaries often try to challenge the will's validity. Frequently,... more
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Whether or not you have a validly executed Will, your estate will go through Probate to the extent that you die owning assets in your name. "Probate" is the legal process through which a deceased... more
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