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What Happens in Probate Court: A Guide to the Probate Process
Losing someone close is painful enough. The last thing you need is to feel lost in probate court. All the legal terms and paperwork can make the probate process feel like a maze.  Where do you even start? How does the probate process work? What's expected of you as an executor? At Cary Estate Planning, our goal is to empower…
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Probate Timeline: How Long Do You Have to File Probate After Death?
Losing a loved one is undoubtedly one of life's most challenging experiences. Amidst the grief and emotional turmoil, practical matters such as probate may seem overwhelming. But here's the straightforward truth: understanding the Cary probate process is crucial, and we're here to help you with it at Cary Estate Planning. In this guide, we'll answer a pressing question: "How long…
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How Much Does Probate Cost? A Complete Guide
Dealing with the financial aspects of probate can be daunting. As your guides through this process, we're here to teach you about the expenses and help you make informed decisions regarding estate planning and probate. From court fees to attorney compensation, we'll help you understand probate and provide practical, personalized strategies for managing costs. At Cary Estate Planning, our Cary…
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The Shocking Reality of What Happens to Personal Belongings After Death Without a Will
Have you ever wondered what would happen to your belongings if you passed away without a will? Your jewelry, collectibles, artwork, or antiques? The sad reality is that if you do pass away without a will, your personal belongings will become part of your estate and be subject to the laws of intestacy. This means your items will be distributed…
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Do 401Ks and Retirement Accounts Need to Go Through Probate?
You're proud of all the money you've saved, right? You should be. No matter how much the sum is, you have the discipline to save a portion of your gross income and minimize early withdrawals. You understand that by age 70.5, you are subject to the required minimum distributions. While you've made many plans for this money as the account…
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