Probate What to Expect During the Process When a Loved One pass without a Will-A Candid discussion with Lisa Glenn from the Law Office of Lisa Glenn

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Going through the probate process typically means that you have lost someone you love. By preparing ahead of time and having a plan in place ahead of time, you’ll be able to focus on your remembering your loved one as opposed to trying to figure everything out when emotions are running high.
The probate process isn’t known for its speed or convenience. For many heirs, the process can be grueling and time-consuming. A situation that is already painful and difficult can become even more so when it is drawn out. You will want to make sure that you and your fellow heirs are on the same page to avoid any disagreements in the process. Between the legal waiting periods, and disagreements between family members, the probate process can become incredibly drawn out. When you are able to establish an agreement beforehand, the process will be much easier when it is actually time to get things done. Once a person dies, it is important to file for probate as quickly as possible. Not doing so, will raise the costs of holding the home.
Lisa Glenn from the Law Office of Lisa Glenn will talk candidly on the Probate and some of the misconceptions about the process. Join me, Dawn Haley ASAGA Realty as we both discuss ways to navigate through a very painful time for families.
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