Probate & Estates
While a lot of different things about elder law can be more than a little mystifying for most people, Probate is probably high up on the list of things that simply make no sense if you are not already familiar with the term and the process it involves. As such, we thought we would use this space to pull back the curtain and take away some of the mystery behind the probate process and how it can and does relate to estates. Our goal here is to help you to better understand the complexities of the probate process and be better equipped to handle each and every step along the way.
With that difference in mind, let’s quickly run through some potential questions you may have about the probate process and how it relates to estates:
- Perhaps first and foremost, what is the probate process?
- How does the probate process relate to debts and taxes?
- How does the probate process relate to the government?
- Can I avoid the probate process altogether?
- If so, how do I do that?
- How do I transfer assets in the probate process?
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