Legal Advice for Passed Away — 8 results
Written by attorney Tariq Zafar, over 1 year ago.
Steps to Take When a Relative Passes Away
The passing of a relative can be one of the most traumatic and emotional times in a persons life. When dealing with the loss of a loved one, an... more
Written by attorney Diane L Gruber, almost 2 years ago.
Without a Will the wrong person may inherit all of your assets, and/or the right person may not inherit anything. This counsel was vividly reminded of this when a long-time client died... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, almost 3 years ago.
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Written by attorney Leigh Hilton, 3 months ago.
For many pet owners, pets are members of the family. These pet owners often say that if something happens to them, they are just as concerned with what will happen to their pets as they are... more
Written by attorney Shannon Howell, over 4 years ago.
Take time to grieve. There are no legal deadlines that occur immediately, so do not make any hasty decisions or major changes immediately. Consider advising any surviving family member... more
Written by attorney Laurie Ohall, over 3 years ago.
Within the first 24 hours: (1) Make the proper funeral arrangements and search through the decedent's personal papers to see if they have left any specific instructions.
(2) Safeguard any... more
Written by attorney Charles Pyke, over 4 years ago.
Does debt die with the deceased? Debt does not die with the deceased. Debts are still owed even when the deceased is not here to pay it. When a person creates an estate plan, a will or... more
Written by attorney Jules R Butler, almost 4 years ago.
For close friends and family, the death of a loved one can involve more than learning to live without that person. People often leave behind a balance of property and debts that require... more