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How to Become the Executor of a Deceased Relative's Estate in Pennsylvania?

by: Michelle Nati

In Pennsylvania, the only way an individual or corporate entity can serve as executor of an estate is if they are named in the decedent's will. If there is no will, a probate court will assign someone in the role through a specific order of people ...
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Rhode Island Inheritance Laws

by Teo Spengler

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How to Transfer Real Estate on Death in South Carolina

by Michelle Nati

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Probate vs. Non-Probate Assets in Ohio

by Jessica Zimmer

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Can an Executor Disburse the Funds of an Estate While the Estate Is Still in Probate?

by: Beverly Bird

The executor of an estate has a great deal of responsibility. She must gather the deceased’s assets and safeguard them during the probate process, and she must notify the deceased’s creditors of his death so they can make claims for payment. She has ...
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Executors administer the estates of individuals who die with a will. Their basic task is to inventory estate assets, pay debts and distribute ...

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South Carolina Laws on Separated Spouses as Beneficiaries

by: Beverly Bird

Separation is an often misunderstood transition between marriage and divorce. To further complicate matters, different states have different laws and rules regarding it. Technically, South Carolina doesn't recognize the concept of "legal ...
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