Declaration of Intent to Give Notice by Publication

Upon someone’s death, a personal representative (once appointed) will be tasked to distribute the assets to the Interested parties, according to the will or intestate law. Assume however that there is an interested party who can’t be reached. Their whereabouts are unknown. In case of a situation like this, the Declaration of Intent to Give [...]

Appointment of Successor Personal Representative

In probate administrations, the personal representative is working on behalf of a deceased estate. What happens though if the personal representative becomes incapacitated or god forbid, passes away? Should this happen to a personal representative, there is a way to make sure his or her administrative powers and duties are safely transitioned to someone else. [...]

Application for Informal Probate and Appointment of Personal Representative

When opening a probate estate, there are two ways in which one can do so. If it’s believed that there may be some family or recipient dynamics which may come into play over the assets in a deceased estate, one would probably want to fill out a formal application for probate. However, if the family [...]

Petition for Probate and Appointment of Personal Representative

You’re about to open a probate administration, but you’ve been told there’s two ways in which you can open it – a formal and informal way. Knowing the difference between them is critical as to how you go about the probate estate. If there is no real need for court oversight and everything is fine [...]

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