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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

How to Complete a Probate Inventory

You’ve been appointed the personal representative of a deceased estate in the State of Michigan. Now, it is time to present the probate inventory. First, you need to complete the Estate Court Administrator form for the preparation of the required probate inventory. This form is required under both Michigan statute and Michigan Court Rule. We [...]

Does A Will Avoid Probate?

It’s an often-asked question, but to those of us in probate, it’s an  age-old question. Does a will avoid probate? The answer to this question is no, a will does not clear way. A will is a document that guides you through the probate process. The only way to avoid probate is if there were [...]

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