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September 24, 2008

Probate Inheritance

Probate inheritance includes all assets owned by a person who has died. Assets can include real estate holdings, life insurance policies, financial portfolios, automobiles, recreational vehicles, jewelry, household belongings and other valuables.

Probate inheritance is held in probate court to ensure directives outlined in the decedent's Last Will and Testament are followed. Additionally, all outstanding debts must be paid prior to distributing probate inheritance assets to entitled heirs.

Real Estate Investing article on "Probate Inheritance "

July 30, 2008

Probate: A Difficult time to Deal with Heirs and the Estate

Probate is the legal process used to transfer property, real estate, personal belongings and bank account holdings. Depending on the size of the decedent's estate and family dynamics, probate can tie assets up in the court system for six months to three years. If family disputes arise, legal fees can end up costing more than the estate is worth.

Part of the problem with probate is that it involves government agencies and attorneys. When someone dies it is almost guaranteed that many people will want to stick their fingers in the inheritance pie.

Real Estate Investing article on "Probate: A Difficult time to Deal with Heirs and the Estate"