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Can You Go Through Probate by Yourself?

Can You Go Through Probate by Yourself?

Being named as the administrator or executor of an estate can be an honor, but it can also feel like an overwhelming task. Many people wonder if they can go through probate on their own. If the estate is simple, and you have both the time and patience to handle the...
What is Contested Probate?

What is Contested Probate?

The death of a family member can be a tumultuous time for you and your loved ones. In some cases this situation can bring the remaining family closer together, but other times it can further widen the rift between siblings and other members of the family. If someone...
How to Deal With Family Dynamics During Probate

How to Deal With Family Dynamics During Probate

It is never easy dealing with the loss of a loved one, any everyone handles grief in a different way. When attempting to manage the probate process and handle the different family dynamics, the entire situation can sometimes feel overwhelming. At The Inheritance...
Signs Your Parent is Being Unduly Influenced

Signs Your Parent is Being Unduly Influenced

As your parents age, members of your family, friends, and caretakers may take more of a prominent role in their lives. They may begin to have more influence on your parent’s life, but when does that influence transition to something more sinister? Sometimes, a person...
What to do if You Feel You are Being Misrepresented by a Trustee

What to do if You Feel You are Being Misrepresented by a Trustee

Trusts can be complex instruments involving significant assets, numerous beneficiaries, the instructions of the grantor, and the appointment of a trustee to manage the trust. In most cases, the trustee is a person or institution that is responsible with the handling...
Compel Distribution: How to Speed Up Your Rightful Inheritance

Compel Distribution: How to Speed Up Your Rightful Inheritance

If you are the heir in a will or beneficiary of a trust, you are entitled to those assets in a prompt and timely manner. But sometimes, a trustee or executor drags his or her feet on distributing the assets that you deserve. Regardless of the reason, you have a right...
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