Our above headline leading off today’s post certainly doesn’t apply to all — or even most – Massachusetts estate planners. Indeed, the majority of individuals
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Would-be conservators and people just generally interested in the role played by such persons might assume that it features quite a bit of detail and
Out with the old, in with the new. That adage certainly applies in January and the early months of any new year for legions of
In chronicling the inventory of a comparatively high-asset life for its eventual transfer to heirs via your projected estate plan, you’ve perhaps accounted for that
We’re all different, yet all the same. Likely you’ve heard some closely paraphrased version of that thought. Seemingly, it applies to just about everything in
There is a sizable checklist of “things to do” for many estate planners that ranges widely from will/trust execution and heir/beneficiary designations to inheritances and
Some Massachusetts estates need to be probated, and others don’t. What accounts for the difference? That query actually drives this fundamental question: What is probate?