Tag Archives: Probate

Living Trust or Probate – Pros and Cons

Estate planning for seniors, for parents who have children with special needs, and for anyone else includes considering the possibility of using a living trust. A living trust is something that is formed while the person who is distributing his/her … Continue reading

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IDAHO SUMMARY ADMINISTRATION PROBATE FOR A SURVIVING SPOUSE

By Lane V. Erickson, Idaho Estate Planning Attorney It’s never easy when a spouse passes away. When this happens, the surviving spouse usually doesn’t know what to do. Whenever this occurs, and a surviving spouse comes to me for advice, … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Wills: Fort Lauderdale Probate Lawyer Explains

When a person dies and there is more than one will, it can come as a surprise to family. No matter which side you’re on, you will need to discuss your options with a Florida probate lawyer. A careful investigation … Continue reading

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Article on Standing and Error Correction in Probate

R. Kevin Spencer recently published an Article entitled, Standing and Error Correction in Probate, Tex. Tech Est. Plan. & Cmty. Prop. L. J., Vol. 10, No. 1 (Summer 2018). Provided below is an abstract of the Article. Estate and guardianship… … Continue reading

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LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Probate and Estate Administration, by Peggy Sheahan Knee

  Probate and estate administration is a dynamic area of New Jersey practice featuring a major revision of the Probate Code (NJS Title 3B) in 2005, further revision of the Code to include domestic partners in 2006, and, the landmark … Continue reading

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