What is the difference between an estate executor and an estate administrator?

Understanding Estate Administration and Probate Probate is a legal process in which all estates must go through, as long as the estates are contained in a will. The primary goal of probate is to transfer assets out of the deceased person’s name into the name Read More …

6 Estate Planning Must-Haves

A common misconception is that having an estate plan simply means drafting a will or a trust. However, there is more to include in your estate planning to ensure that all your assets are seamlessly transferred to your heirs. A successful estate plan should also Read More …

Can You Inherit Season Tickets?

The executor’s role can be complicated by distribution of unique assets that the deceased individual’s last will does not account for. One example includes seasonal sports tickets. In such instances, family members often inquire about the status of a seasonal pass after a loved one Read More …

Is a Living Trust Right For You?

Living trusts, or revocable trusts, are often established to prevent the probate process over a loved one’s assets after they die. Colloquially, it is known as a “will substitute.” A will dictates  the terms that go into effect right after you die. While a trust Read More …