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Settling an estate is a time consuming and complex task. State probate codes and trust laws require compliance with legal procedures, sophisticated accounting methodologies and proper disclosures to beneficiaries and courts.

An executors of an estate is considered a fiduciary and have special responsibilities and duties.

Many states require executors who are going through the probate process to hire a probate attorney.


Consult a qualified estate administration attorney before taking any action.

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Introduction to Estate Settlement

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Settling an Estate Frequently Asked Questions

Probate Glossary and Definitions

Settling an Estate Reading the Will

Free Probate Forms (all states)

Executor & Personal Representatives Duties

Settling an Estate Fiduciary Duties

Settling an Estate Word of Caution

Should you Serve as Personal Representative?

Getting Organized

Selecting an Attorney

No Will (intestate)

Transferring Assets when settling an estate

Selling Assets and Taxes

Dealing with Real Estate

Settling an Estate Probate Resources

Settling an Estate Time Line

Stock, Bond and Financial Information

Settling an Estate Checklist

Settling an Estate Recommended Books

Estate Tax Rates

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