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Navigating Through A Trust Dispute

Trust is a word with multiple meanings. We all know trust means that you have firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability or strength of someone else. Trust also has a legal definition, which pertains to an arrangement whereby a person (the trustee) holds an asset such as property or money for the benefit of [...]

Nearly 1 of Every 3 Death Certificates are Inaccurate

The statistic on inaccurate death certificates you just read was issued by Bob Anderson, Chief of Mortality Statistics at the National Center of Health Statistics. Why does this matter? Perhaps that question comes to mind, but once you find out just how much the death certificate is utilized, you’ll understand why this statistic matters. At [...]

2020-05-12T09:47:38-04:00Tuesday, May 12, 2020|Probate, Probate Administration|0 Comments

Coronavirus and Probate

It is never too early to start thinking about your estate plan. Global events like the coronavirus remind us how precious every day is, and how important it is to have your estate plan in order so that your family and loved ones are honored in the way you wanted. This is not just because [...]

2020-03-20T09:11:26-04:00Friday, March 20, 2020|Probate|0 Comments

COVID-19 Won’t Stop Us Representing You

COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, has spread across the world. This virus has caused a massive shift in the way we live and the way we work. We’ve read about many businesses having to deal with the transition of working outside their traditional environment. This is something The Probate Pro has been prepared for, [...]

2020-03-18T09:21:38-04:00Wednesday, March 18, 2020|Financial|0 Comments

Our Core Values are Built on the word Trust

In many of our blogs we encourage you to find a trusted, competent probate attorney to handle important things such as your estate and will. You may think that any probate attorney should be competent enough and trustworthy, but it’s stories like this that should make you really consider who you’re putting your trust in. [...]

2020-03-16T12:51:13-04:00Monday, March 16, 2020|Probate|0 Comments

DuPage County Probate Court

The Probate Pro has the great privilege of appearing before probate courts throughout the state of Illinois.  DuPage County Probate Court is one of the most enjoyable courts to practice in. The DuPage County Probate Court has experienced and knowledgeable judges that understand probate law. They are staffed by friendly and experienced personnel. Fun Facts about [...]

2020-03-12T08:48:53-04:00Thursday, March 12, 2020|Probate|0 Comments

Kane County Probate Court

The Probate Pro has the great privilege of appearing before probate courts throughout the state of Illinois.  Kane County Probate Court is one of the most enjoyable courts to practice in. The Kane County Probate Court has experienced and knowledgeable judges that understand probate law. They are staffed by friendly and experienced personnel. Fun Facts about [...]

2020-03-12T08:46:10-04:00Thursday, March 12, 2020|Probate|0 Comments

Lake County Probate Court

The Probate Pro has the great privilege of appearing before probate courts throughout the state of Illinois.  Lake County Probate Court is one of the most enjoyable courts to practice in. The Lake County Probate Court has experienced and knowledgeable judges that understand probate law. They are staffed by friendly and experienced personnel. Fun Facts about [...]

2020-03-12T08:44:27-04:00Thursday, March 12, 2020|Probate|0 Comments

Three Common Questions About a Pet Trust

Many families around the world have a canine, feline or other type of animal companion that’s in their lives. While there’s no biological relation, they’re often treated like family. When it comes to family, you always want to leave them protected. Through a comprehensive estate plan, you can protect your family and assure your assets [...]

2020-03-06T11:53:10-05:00Friday, March 6, 2020|estate plan, Estate Planning, Trust|0 Comments