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DO I NEED TO GO TO PROBATE COURT?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

When a loved one dies do I need a probate (probate court)? Do I need a probate with summary administration? Do I need a probate with formal administration? Do I need a probate with ancillary administration? A probate with summary administration can be done with assets less than $75,000. These days, probate with summary administration […]

I LOST MY LOVED ONE, HOW DO I PREPARE FOR PROBATE?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

When someone dies with assets in their own name and there is no paid on death beneficiary, the probate process is required. Probate is a court process where an attorney represents the personal representative and assists with the collection and distribution of assets. The first step for a personal representative is to order death certificates, […]

DO I NEED ESTATE PLANNING?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | June 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Estate planning is the process where an estate planning attorney assists an individual or couple in protecting their assets during their lifetime in case they become incapacitated and upon their death. Estate planning is a complicated process and requires an attorney with experience in estate planning. Ally Glaser has the experience and a psychology and […]

DO I NEED A PROBATE ATTORNEY?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | May 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

Probate is the court process required when someone dies with assets in their own name and there is no paid on death beneficiary, for example, on a bank account. Probate is a complicated process and requires a probate attorney with experience. Ally Glaser has the experience and knowledge to get you through your probate process […]

DO I NEED A REVOCABLE TRUST?

By Ally M. Glaser P.A. | February 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Revocable Trust is a great estate planning tool that can assist individuals whether married, single, living together, kids or no kids in sheltering their assets in the case of death or disability, and even prevents guardianship, if done correctly. A Revocable Trust is only effective if funded properly. Think of a trust as a […]