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Court Bonds 07.25.2019

Children’s Shares of Estates in New Jersey

If someone dies in New Jersey without leaving a will behind to direct where their assets will go, New Jersey intestacy laws take over and determine which relatives will receive the estate’s assets. As a…
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Children’s Shares of Estates in New Jersey
Court Bonds 07.25.2019

Will the State Get Your Property if You Don’t Have a Will in New Jersey?

You don’t have to worry: the State of New Jersey won’t automatically get all of your estate’s property if you die without a will. The intestacy laws in New Jersey are effectively designed to get…
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Will the State Get Your Property if You Don’t Have a Will in New Jersey?
Court Bonds 07.25.2019

A Spouse’s Share of Estates in New Jersey

When you die without a will in New Jersey and have a currently living spouse, your spouse will inherit at least the first 25% of the estate, and not less than $50,000, according to State…
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A Spouse’s Share of Estates in New Jersey
Court Bonds 07.24.2019

New Jersey Intestate Succession Laws

If someone dies without a will in the State of New Jersey, that person’s assets will pass according to New Jersey’s intestate succession laws. This generally only affects assets owned alone in the deceased person’s…
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New Jersey Intestate Succession Laws
Court Bonds 07.13.2019

New Jersey Estate Executor Requirements

State of New Jersey statutes do not lay out particular requirements in order to be named an estate executor in the State of New Jersey. Essentially, it just has to be an adult. The court will then…
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New Jersey Estate Executor Requirements
Court Bonds 07.02.2019

New York Estate Executor Restrictions

When a deceased person dies with a will, an executor is appointed to manage their estate. They have to faithfully perform their duties and work for the interests of the estate and its beneficiaries. But…
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New York Estate Executor Restrictions
Court Bonds 04.11.2019

Executors in New York Surrogate’s Court May Need Surety Bonds

In New York Surrogate’s Court, it’s not uncommon for boilerplate language to be written into a will that waives the requirement for an Executor to have to purchase an estate surety bond to protect the…
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Executors in New York Surrogate’s Court May Need Surety Bonds
Court Bonds 04.11.2019

Guidelines for Executors

When you’re named the executor of a will, you have to manage the affairs and settling of an estate. You have to initiate court procedures and help pay off creditors using the deceased’s assets. So…
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Guidelines for Executors
Court Bonds 03.28.2019

New York Administration Proceedings: What You Need to Know

In the case of someone in New York dying without a will, or intestate, many considerations are deliberated in connection with the appointment of an administrator for the deceased’s estate. Factors such as next of…
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New York Administration Proceedings: What You Need to Know