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Estate administration and probate: Wife claims undue influence

As a person in Georgia ages and faces the prospect of his or her immortality, there is often a great deal of reflection regarding his or her legacy. Even when there are detailed plans in place regarding estate administration and probate, disputes can arise, resulting in litigation. Unfortunately, an estranged wife and the trustee of her husband's estate, a bank, are currently locked in such a conflict.

Estate administration and probate: Easing the process for family

Most people in Georgia recognize the importance of the estate planning process. However, in the hustle of life, it is easy to put the task off for another day. Even once a plan is created, it likely needs to be updated periodically to ensure that changing laws and goals are addressed. Working with an experienced professional can often help people ensure that the estate administration and probate process is as smooth as possible for surviving loved ones.

Easing estate administration and probate with a digital plan

There is likely a large number of people in Georgia who pay their bills and manage other types of accounts electronically. This option has several benefits, including helping to reduce paperwork in a person's house, save money and help the environment. However, it can be troublesome during the estate administration and probate process if estate administrators or trustees are not aware of the existence of certain assets and debts and are unable to access them.

Family dispute slows estate administration and probate process

When a beloved family member passes away, surviving loved ones in Georgia are often left wondering how to cope with their loss. Many families are able to come together to mourn, but a dispute over estate planning documents may mean that some find themselves facing each other in court rather than coming together to mourn. Unfortunately, the estate administration and probate process following the death of U.S. Senator Fred Thompson has been delayed as his wife and two sons from a previous marriage argue over the contents of his will.

Estate administration and probate: Sisters settle dispute

During times of grief, family members in Georgia often react in ways that are unexpected. For some, the death of a loved one pushes people apart during a time that should bring people together. Such conflict often complicates the estate administration and probate process, especially if there is no estate plan in place.

Estate Administration & Probate: A timely concern in Georgia

For a variety of different reason, some people in Georgia decide to put off estate planning. Many people to do so because of certain misconceptions related to the process, including that the only people who complete the process are those who are ill and facing death or those who are wealthy. However, preparing for estate administration & probate can help in a variety of ways.

Creating a plan to ease estate administration & probate

To many in Georgia, the estate planning processing can seem intimidating. However, the estate administration & probate process can be significantly easier for grieving loved ones if there is an estate plan in place. While most people assume that an estate plan only dictates how a person's assets will be divided, a complete plan does much more.

Did Prince die without a will?

The sudden death of Prince Rogers Nelson; known to the world as "Prince" was a shocking blow to the music industry. Just like David Bowie, Prince had generations of fans across the world. On the night of his death, monuments around the world basked in his signature color, purple. Additionally, today's musical artists paid tributes to him by playing covers of Prince's most famous songs.

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