When there are no legal documents

When There’s No Legal Documents

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Failing to accomplish any estate planning most definitively leads to uncertainty and increased legal expenses.  Often, bitter disputes arise among family members when one fails to designate or specify certain persons to handle the administration of the estate.  Even in the absence of disputes, medical or financial decisions during mental incapacity cannot be handled without proper legal documents.  These events lead to probate litigation after you die or guardianship while you are alive.Incapacity and Guardianship

Avoid probate, avoid worry, avoid death taxes, avoid estate taxes, frozen accounts, and probate court.

How long does probate last? Is privacy lost during the probate process?

Probate judge, will contests, contested wills, disinherit, inheritance, homestead, petition.