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August 2016 Archives

Wills could be useful instructions for Maryland estates

Though many Maryland residents may believe that their families could effectively handle their estate in the event of their deaths, it may be fitting to leave behind detailed instructions. These instructions may take the form of trusts or wills that dictate which parties may be entitled to what property. These documents could be drawn up legally through various channels. 

Prince's estate administration dealing with complications

When there no estate plans have been made and a loved one dies, surviving family members may face complications. An estate administration will likely need to be formed in order to handle the many facets of probate, and individuals may face time-consuming legal processes. These proceedings may feel overwhelming, and many parties may wish to seek assistance in navigating the situation.