Who Acts As Administrator Of An Estate When There Is No Will?
- Doug Boyette
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When an individual passes away without a will, the transfer of their property is governed by a process known as intestacy. Because there is no will, and therefore no Executor, someone must be appointed to act on behalf of […]Read more
Are You Responsible for the Debts of a Deceased Family Member?
- Doug Boyette
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When a loved one passes away, the surviving family members are thrust into the confusing and unfamiliar task of administering the individual’s estate. If the individual was in debt when they died, creditors sometimes try to pressure the family […]Read more