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Can you bring a claim in Florida to challenge wrongdoing by a trustee or executor?

The simple answer to this question is yes.Personal representatives or executors have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interests of the estate. …

Answered by John Farina

What Are the Duties of a Colorado Personal Representative or Trustee?

In Colorado, five appointments or roles carry fiduciary duties. They are: Power of attorneyConservatorGuardianTrusteePersonal …

Answered by Marco Chayet

Are There Different Types of Probate in Arizona, and What Steps Are Required?

In Arizona, the process for administering someone’s estate depends on several factors. One of these is whether there was a valid Will. Another …

Answered by Douglas J. Newborn

How long does Probate take in California?

Probate of an estate in California can take as little as nine months; however, that would be considered fast. On average they take a year to a year …

Answered by Kimberly D. Neilson

Do I Need A Lawyer For Probate In California?

If you have recently lost a loved one, and have been named as an executor or executrix of the estate in California, you likely have many questions …

Answered by Jeffrey Forer

How long does probate take in Nevada?

It depends on the value of the estate. In Nevada, the thresholds for a court procedure are $25,000 for non-spouses and $100,000 for …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

Questions to ask a probate lawyer before hiring them in Nevada?

First and foremost, you should feel comfortable with the attorney you hire in Nevada. They should be forthcoming with answers; whether the …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

Why hire a probate attorney in Nevada?

In some cases, you will need an attorney in Nevada. Cases involving real property (such as houses, condominiums, townhomes, commercial property …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

How to avoid inheritance tax on property in Nevada?

There are many calculations involved in the inheritance tax equation.  Nevada has no state-level inheritance tax, but your probate attorney …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

Can you do a grant of probate yourself in Nevada?

It is possible to do probate yourself in Nevada, but it has pitfalls and can be a frustrating process for many people. Estates less than $100,000 in …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

What is probate court in Nevada?

Probate court is where Wills are admitted and where estates without Wills are divided and supervised by the Court.  A Will is not validated …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

Questions to Ask a Probate Attorney in Nevada?

The first question should be how much experience the attorney has in handling probate cases like yours.  The next question should be how the …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

How to choose a probate attorney in Nevada?

You should choose a probate attorney who is willing to speak with you on the phone, or in person, at your request, and one who makes you feel …

Answered by Brandi K. Cassady

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