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Don't Let a Stranger Control Your Loved One's Estate!

It sounds unbelievable: mere weeks after your elderly parent passes away, while you’re still grieving, trying to clean out their home and sort through their possessions, you find that someone else has opened their estate in the probate court an… Read More
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What to Do When a Family Member Dies

The first minutes and hours after a loved one dies are very emotional for everyone. Before even having had a chance to process the death, grieving loved ones need to take certain steps and are faced with some very important decisions. This time can b… Read More
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Who Gets Mom’s Ceramic Chickens?

Unlike money, personal belongings usually cannot be divided equally after their owner passes away. For this reason, distributing possessions like furniture, jewelry, dishes, silverware, artwork, photographs or clothing is often the most difficult cha… Read More
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New Guides Help Those Appointed to Manage Someone Else’s Money

Have you been officially asked to manage someone else’s money? For example, have you been named as an agent under a power of attorney or appointed trustee of a trust? As our society ages, more and more people are being asked to take on these roles,… Read More
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Online Service Helps Executors Locate Financial Info

One of the most challenging things for many executors is trying to locate and organize the decedent’s financial information, such as insurance policies, and bank and investment statements. Faced with that problem after their father died in a car ac… Read More
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