Serving as the executor for a friend or loved one comes with a long list of responsibilities. While performing these duties, it is also important to avoid missteps. Estate law experts provide advice about… Read Moreabout What Not To Do: Executors
Estate law experts help families understand the public processes and protocols that bring closure to our affairs when we die. Attorneys also help us navigate the complex terminology involved along the way, which tends… Read Moreabout Surrogate Court or Probate Court?
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The year is already finding some employers defending themselves against allegations of fiduciary breaches under the high standards of ERISA law. Whether or not the allegations are true, defense is expensive. In fact, experts… Read Moreabout Defense Costs Rising
Though lots of scary stories float around, there is nothing inherently bad about probate. Simply put, probate is the legal, public process that brings closure to our affairs when we die. The court supervising… Read Moreabout Reality Check: Probate?