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We do not charge for traveling to see clients in the Harrogate area. We make a reduced charge for our time when traveling to see clients further afield, but do not charge for mileage. Jeremy Clough only administers estates. He is fast, efficient and proactive in how he progresses the administration process. We keep our costs down. We do not have expensive offices or teams of staff. This enables us to pass on the savings to our clients through our comparatively low probate hourly charging rate. Example of fees calculation At A M Davies the costs of administering the estate outlined above is calculated as –   Where as ...
Estate Planning Article Series - Buy-Sell Agreements
This is the eleventh of a series of articles providing helpful information on estate and business planning.  Please contact the estate planning professionals at The Drew Law Firm for more details on any of these topics or for any of your estate planning needs.                                                       Buy-Sell Agreements Q:  Why are buy-sell ... market research, surveys and trends
New York Elder Law Attorneys Carole C. Lamson and David A. Cutner ...
Like stumbling upon the Eiffel Tower at night, with its twinkling lights, Natural Area Rugs introduces new Parisian Shag Rugs, sure to be a delightful discovery to online shoppers this fall season. "When it comes to the Parisian line, the only thing that isn't lavish is the price," says Marketing Manager Mike Dennis. Starting at only $159.00, the luscious silk/rayon blend area rugs comes in four fashionable floor covering co 00004000 lors: Passion Red, Silver Grey, Sand Shell and Silvery black. De Arteaga, Inc., a Wisconsin-based masonry and specialty concrete contractor, is successfully growing its business with ... market research, surveys and trends


Probate & Estate Administration Newsletter | Reston Virginia ...
The old saying goes that nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes — but the disappearing federal estate tax proves the proverb wrong. The future of federal estate tax is all but certain. Since 1914 the federal government has had some form of estate tax that applied to larger estates when their property passed to beneficiaries. In very basic terms, wealthy families paid significant taxes on the transfer of their fortunes from generation to generation. This reliable source of tax revenue helped to stabilize U.S treasury levels over the years. Under strange circumstances, the federal estate tax was repealed ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Cambs Law Firm, LLP - Estate Planning and Estate Administration
practice concentrates in both the personal and tax aspects of family asset transmission, the management and administration of trusts, tax and charitable planning considerations, and the post-death administration of Decedent's estates. In addition, Mrs. Cambs' practice includes such traditional "elder law" concerns as the family management of finances in the face of long-term care costs, asset preservation issues and "disability planning" (involving the use of Supplemental Needs Trusts ) for families with minor or adult disabled dependents. Mrs. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Many people are familiar with Trusts.  In recent years, a Trust has become a popular Will substitute.  Many people have decided to use a Trust as opposed to a Will in doing their Estate Planning.  The primary purpose is to avoid probate and maintain privacy at the time of one�s death. However, many people after doing their planning have the question, �What do I do when someone dies and I am named as a Successor Trustee?�  First, although the Trust avoids probate and makes estate administration easier, it certainly does not avoid all headaches.  When someone dies, even if there is a Trust, there is work ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps, Charles A. Bird, John T. Rogers, Jr., and Mary F. Gillick for Plaintiff and Appellant. Wingert, Grebing, Brubaker & Goodwin, James J. Brown and Gina D. Stein; Law Offices of John S. Addams and John S. Addams for Defendants and Respondents. BENKE, Acting P. J. This appeal follows the successful demurrer of Carlyn Munn Briggs (Carlyn) and Michael D. Briggs (Michael) to the petition of Carlyn's brother James Munn (James) for relief from interference with an inheritance expectancy, a tort that has never been recognized in California. James alleges his sister and brother-in-law interfered with ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


MMB Estate Brochure
Every estate is different and each involves a special set of circumstances. This introduction is intended only to cover some of the more ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Guidelines for Administration of Decedents' Estates - CT Probate Court
responsibility for filing all necessary documents in connection with the administration of the estate in the probate court. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Probate Admin.p65
Probate Administration of a. Decedent's Estate. Table of Contents. What is Probate? 4. When is Probate Required? 4. Types of Probate Administration ...
Google Answers: Duties of the executor of an estate in Florida--
My father has died very recently in Florida leaving a will and a sizable estate. My sister is the custodian of the will and lived with my father. She has told us of his death and that there will be no funeral. She told us the day of his death that she was going on a trip and would not be available to talk. What do I need to do to protect my interest in the estate? We don't know who our father's attorney was. Dear jane8849, I am sorry to hear of your loss. The short answer to your question is that the best way to protect your rights would be to hire a Florida lawyer to start a formal estate, and request ...
Distribution by Executor of Estate Assets to Heirs
My spouse's Mother died over two years ago or November 2007. Only part (some cash and some household items) of the estate's assets have been distributed to me and the other heirs. Property, including land, houses and farm equipment that appraised for over $1.4 has not been distributed. Retained estate money/cash is being squandered by the executor. One brother (an heir) continues to farm the estate's land and use the estate's farm equipment (tractors, trucks, etc.) free. Another older brother, the executor, pays taxes, electric bills, grass mowing fees, legal fees, probate filing fees and numerous other ...