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Navigating the Probate process with a helping hand

While the emotional effects of losing a loved one can linger for a long time, there are some important realities those close to the deceased will have to deal with in the short term. One of those important items will be the disposition of that person's property, known as the process of estate administration.

What is probate?

If you are someone who has been diligent in managing and saving your money so that when you pass you can provide a significant amount of assets to your heirs, you may be frustrated with a process called probate. Based on the size of your estate, when going through probate your beneficiaries may not be receiving as much of your inheritance as you may have wished.

When an inheritance disappears

Life can change in the blink of an eye. As such, it is pretty safe to assume that things can change a great deal over the course of several years, including a person's financial situation. This can lead to an heir receiving a much smaller inheritance or even no inheritance upon the death of a loved one.

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