Estate Administrative Assistance Meek Law Firm

Estate administration is typically handled by a trustee designated in a will, though this isn’t always the case.

If a decedent passes without a will, the situation is referred to as “intestate” and if they pass away with a will, the situation is referred to as “testate.” If the existence of a will is unknown, a search will generally be undertaken to find one. The decedent might have had a safe or deposit box and stored the document there. If a will is found, the clerk of superior court will administer letters to the person responsible for handling the estate.READ MORE

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