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Will dispute could arise from executor mistakes in Maryland

Some Maryland residents likely feel a sense of pride when they are named executors to estates. They may believe that a loved one trusted them and deemed them responsible enough to handle the duties that come along with handling a will after that loved one's passing. However, being an executor may come with its own difficulties, and a will dispute may arise if parties are unsatisfied.

Estate planning may help Maryland residents avoid complications

Many Maryland residents are fans of the now late musical artist Prince. Due to his recent death, his surviving family has been tasked with attending to his estate. However, because the singer did not create a will or other estate planning documents, the situation could quickly become complicated. As a result, some individuals may wish to use this example as reason to create their own plans.