Some Massachusetts estates need to be probated, and others don't.
A commentator in a recent article addressing estate administration makes an interesting point regarding planning.
If you're a parent, planning for your child's future is paramount. Having your estate in order to allocate assets and establish guardianship in your absence is a prudent measure, but some parents have unique situations to consider.
We note on our estate planning website at The Law Offices of Kimberly Butler Rainen in Andover that the realm of estate administration is wide and diverse, indeed.
"[L]engthy, laborious and complex."