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Probate and Trust Administration
In an ideal world, everyone would have an estate plan that clearly and simply explains what will happen to their assets when they pass away. Unfortunately, the vast majority people either do not have estate planning documents or have estate planning documents that are inadequate or outdated. When that happens, you will likely need to procure an estate planning attorney to help you deal with the estate of a loved one. If your loved one has passed away or may soon pass away, Inter Vivos can:
- Walk you through the court process known as probate to ensure that your loved one’s affairs are handled as justly and peaceably as possible and in a timely manner.
- Explain any difficult or confusing language in existing wills, trusts, or powers of attorney and help trustees and beneficiaries learn and properly perform their duties and responsibilities.
- Ensure that real estate, firearms, business interests, collectibles, and other assets are properly transferred to heirs or beneficiaries.
- Identify any tax issues or responsibilities and work with your CPA or other tax preparer to ensure that all tax matters are properly handled.
If you have any questions about probate or trust administration, give us a call:
(855) 355 1060
E-book: "Estate Planning For The Sandwich Generation"
Anyone who has had to juggle caring for young children, while attending to an aging parent's needs, knows of the difficulties and stress it can put on a family. Now imagine that household shaken by the death of a primary caregiver or income earner. Our upcoming E-Book, Estate Planning For the Sandwich Generation explains simple strategies to avoid the legal and financial pitfalls that those providing for children and parents alike are likely to confront as part of their estate.