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The Basics of Being a Personal Representative in the Probate Process

Whether you are chosen by a Will or appointed by a probate court, being the Personal Representative of an estate is a major responsibility that is not to be taken lightly. Here are The Basics of Being a Personal Representative in the Probate Process.

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Whether you are chosen by a Will or appointed by a probate court, being the Personal Representative of an estate is a major responsibility that is not to be taken lightly. You are tasked with allocating, administering, and distributing the assets of someone else after they have passed away.

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