Tags » Probate

VanDerGinst Law Looking For A Few Good Attorneys

VanDerGinst Law is looking to add as many as six new attorneys to its’ Quad Cities office.  These opportunities will only be extended to attorneys with at least five years of experience and an existing clientele.   61 more words

VanDerGinst Law

Getting a Sacramento Estate Planning Attorney and more Probate Tips

“Almost anything can be automated these days, which is why there are websites that allow you to DIY (Do It Yourself) your Last Will, but many suggest that this isn’t the right way to go. 119 more words


What Is Probate?

Briefly and succinctly defined, probate is the legal process of estate administration.  Let s look at some of the details, and some of the implications. Personally Held Property You may decide to maintain personal possession of your property throughout your life and arrange for its transfer through the terms of a last will.  132 more words

Offensive and scandalous conditions in wills

The Supreme Court has an inherent power to remove from a will, language that is considered to be “scandalous, offensive, defamatory or blasphemous”.

In Re Welsh… 149 more words

Case Updates

Asset Protection Attorney in Seattle and How to Find One

When you talk about attorneys, what you usually think they do is to be present with a client in a court to defend of file a criminal case. 522 more words

Families at war

Wills and probate can be a stressful and complex process, especially when a dispute arises within a family.

A recent case in the North West involved the Court of Protection, valuation and planning, regarding commercial and agricultural properties. 38 more words


A Creditor of a Beneficiary is an Interested Party to an Estate and Can Force a Probate to Collect a Claim

In the case of In the Matter of the Estate of: Janet Rae Pawlik… the Minnesota Court of Appeals held that a creditor who has a property right in or claim against a decedent’s estate is an interested person under Minn. 256 more words