I had a client recently hire the firm because his father had passed away. He had a will and that was it. He thought it would be a simple probate.
Yes, we’re all snowflakes, special little creatures with our own special talents and eccentricities. But there is one thing we all have in common – we’re all going to die.
Estate planning can be frustrating and scary; a lot of people don’t want to talk about preparing for when they are no longer around. And while it can be upsetting.
I get two kinds of calls all the time in the office related to contesting a will. The first kind of call comes from someone who believes they have been.
When someone dies and they have to go through probate to transfer their property to their heirs the court will at some point issue something called Letters of Administration. Today.
I had someone call me today who was in some trouble. Their husband had Alzheimer’s and had finally gotten to the point that they were no longer had full mental.
A lot of people out there think the do it yourself will is the way to go. They think they will be saving money. They think “how hard could it.
Imagine a scenario where your brother or sister is getting divorced. They are going through the process when your brother is tragically killed in an accident. Wouldn’t it be terrible.