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Why Would You Want to Avoid Connecticut Probate?


Connecticut probate is a process by which a person s assets will be transferred following his or her death. The process is required in most situations, but it can sometimes be avoided through careful estate planning. 45 more words

Family at war - but which war?

On 17 July 2016 the Sunday Star Times reported about a family at war over a mansion with an opening quote that read “Lawyers say the judiciary are increasingly overturning wills in family disputes.” 1,693 more words

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Estate Planning Considerations for Buy to Let Investors

Here’s what to think about when planning your future – to protect your buy to let portfolio and your family

Investing in property to let is a bold decision, whether you are investing in a single residential let or a large mixed portfolio of residential and business properties. 1,302 more words

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Avoiding Ancillary Proceedings in Sacramento Probate Court


It is common knowledge that probate can be a lengthy and costly process, taking months to years to complete, in some cases.  So, the thought of having to go through that process in more than one court might be too much.  40 more words

Probate Problems: When Doing Things The Old-Fashioned Way Can Get Your Documents Rejected

This is not news, but we hear recording offices are beginning to reject documents.

Effective June 2, 2014, South Carolina Code §26-1-120 (E) 4, dealing with notarial certificates, was amended to require that a subscribing witness in a probate form must attest that he or she is not a party to or beneficiary of the transaction. 89 more words

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ESTATE PLANNING 101: TO PROBATE OR NOT TO PROBATE? IT’S ALL IN THE PLANNING.

Estate Planning 101

Probate court proceedings (during which a deceased person’s assets are transferred to the people who inherit them) can be long, costly, and confusing. 584 more words