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Your relative's estate plan is a mess - but your family doesn't know this yet. Planning isn't really the problem: there is no planning. And if there's no planning, then a house will pose a special challenge.

Homes are often the biggest part of a decedent's estate. Estate planning for the distribution of a home is frequently met with understandable reluctance - no one likes to contemplate his or her own passing. Such contemplation is even more difficult with respect to our homes.

Our homes have meaning - more than bank accounts, stocks or personal property. Our homes are the places where our children grow up, family gatherings are held, and where grandchildren bring joy. We work to make our homes places of comfort and safety.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_images.jpgWhen it comes to dealing with the loss of a loved one, one of the last things that any family member wants to do is call a probate or estate attorney. This is understandable given that the family is grieving with the loss. Finding a lawyer should be not be a complicated matter. Finding the right lawyer to handle an estate, whether it requires planning or for the will to be probated, however, requires due diligence.

Arranging for an appointment with probate or estate lawyer early on is always a very good idea even well before the loss of a family member occurs. The reason being is that you can plan effectively and have important questions answered that will help prepare you and others when the worst happens. For example, retaining the right estate lawyer can simplify the process and save the estate a significant amount of money in taxes and fees. Of course, it helps to know the type of questions that you should ask before meeting with the attorney. What follows are several of the most popular questions that will help you get a better idea of what you need to do in order to hire the proper probate or estate lawyer.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Bankruptcy1.jpgMany debtors try to sell off at least some off their assets in order to have money to pay their creditors and to live but there are risks in selling off assets too. This is because assets are supposed to be used to pay off your creditors and not favor one creditor over another unreasonably.

Selling assets before Bankruptcy

The US Bankruptcy Trustee will examine transfers and sales that you made before you filed for bankruptcy. In some situations, the Trustee may try to seize those assets from the people who received them. The trustee may also penalize the debtor by refusing to accept a reorganization plan, disallowing some exemptions or even denying the debtor the right to discharge the debts.

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