Legal Advice for Probate Court — 8 results
Written by attorney Frederick Berkemer, almost 2 years ago.
Often it is possible to avoid the expense of probate court by using a few inexpensiveHow non-probate devices.
Written by attorney Stephen Mendel, over 2 years ago.
A decedent who dies without a Will is subject to the states intestacy statutes. If the decedent died with a small estate, then, under Texas law, the surviving spouse and distributees might... more
Written by attorney Lynn M. Isaman, almost 2 years ago.
The financial statement is perhaps the most important document a party files with the court in a family law case.A financial statement must be filed with the court where support (either... more
Written by attorney John Palley, about 4 years ago.
Traditional Probate Probate is the court administered process of distributing a deceased persons estate to those entitled to receive the decedent's assets. Although generally not a... more
Written by attorney Melinda Markvan, almost 2 years ago.
How Much Will It Cost to File My Complaint in the Probate Court?
By Melinda J. Markvan
While attorneys seem to know all of the answers, they actually know where to look for the answers.... more
Written by attorney John Palley, over 3 years ago.
So you just lost a loved one and now, to add insult to injury, you learn the house is upside down. That is, the house is worth less than your deceased loved one owes on it. Your first... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Port, over 5 years ago.
These FAQs are listed here and posted on the Court's website: How do I get legal advice?
How do I get an attorney?
Where can I check if a probate action has been filed?
Does the... more
Written by attorney Robert Aufseeser, over 5 years ago.
Timing is Key By statute, no Will may be admitted to probate until after 10 days from the death of the testator (N.J.S.A. 3B:3-22). This gives a 10 day head start to any individual who... more