Category Archives: Probate Administration

Also known as a Transfer on Death deed, a beneficiary deed is a particular type of deed that can be used to transfer ownership of real estate outside the reach of a probate court. Typically used in transactions like reverse mortgages, the beneficiary deed grants an interest in real property to a beneficiary at the […]

Do you speak legalese? Whether you do or you don’t, you’ll be happy to know that English is still the preferred language of American attorneys. Communication is key when it comes to estate planning, so if your attorney isn’t willing to explain unfamiliar terms to you and speak in clear language, it’s time to find […]

Eventually every Estate Plan requires administration. What is administration in the context of an estate plan? To put it simply, it is the process that occurs after someone has passed. Many people neglect to prepare for their estate planning administration, making it difficult for their attorneys to take control of the situation. We do our […]