Let’s face it, not a lot of people are familiar with probate law. That being said, the Internet has served billions of people worldwide as the answer to the questions they have. If you want to learn how to repair a faucet on your own, but have no training in plumbing, what do you do? You Google it. Google serves as a hub of information, made available to a person in seconds. As you would guess, since probate is not a well known part of law as say, personal injury, people have used Google to ask the almighty search engine probate related questions.
While the search engine can provide you thousands upon thousands of results, your best chance at getting answers to these questions is to ask a probate attorney. That’s why we searched for the top five questions related to probate on Google. Below are the top five probate related questions people have searched on Google.
- What does it mean to go through probate?
- Is probate necessary with or without a will?
- Does probate start automatically?
- What happens if your assets are not under your individual name?
- Is probate expensive?
Darren Findling of The Probate Pro answers these five questions, getting straight to the answer in order to save you time.
While Google is the most powerful search engine in the world, it can’t be your go-to resource for everything related to probate. After all, every probate case is different, and the circumstances change. That’s why you should have a competent probate attorney you can reach out to.
The Probate Pro has over 20 probate attorneys, practicing in different areas of the probate court, such as deceased estates, guardianships, conservatorships and special needs trusts. If you have more questions related to probate, or need a probate attorney, call us for a free consultation at (833)-PROBATE.