Whether you discussed your loved one’s wishes for her estate before she died or not, without legal documents in place, her words will not matter. Get helpful information about writing a will, avoiding probate, executing a will, and managing an estate without a will in our attorneys’ blog posts. You owe it to yourself and your loved one to understand these complicated legal processes.
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When to Consider Going Through Probate in New York If you have inherited real property upon a loved one’s death, you may be able to choose whether the asset will go through the New York probate process.
Ways to Avoid Probate in New York There are many different ways to set up your estate plan so that your assets do not go through the New York probate process.
Pros and Cons of Going Through Probate in New York Probate is not always a bad thing, but there are some factors to consider if you do not want your assets to go through the New York probate process.
Appointment of an Estate Administrator in New York If a person dies without a will in New York, the court will have to appoint an administrator for the estate. Learn how these appointments happen here.