When they begin the process of settling a loved one's estate, most people are shocked to discover just how expensive the probate process really is! Therefore, these individuals are usually looking to save money wherever they can. Luckily, there are ways to avoid paying attorneys' fees and even some court fees during the probate process! Read on to learn how.
If you are the executor of an estate wondering whether you need to hire a probate attorney, check this out! In this article, we list three of the top signs the will or estate you're working with requires an attorney's advice. However, if none of these situations sound familiar to you, you may want to consider working with a legal document assistant instead!
When Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna died in a helicopter accident in January of 2020, fans grieved together and shared the lessons Kobe had taught them during his lifetime. However, as Kobe's wife Vanessa was forced to deal with settling her husband's estate, we learned yet another lesson from Kobe.
Whether you are the executor of an estate or an interested party in a probate case, it's important to have a solid understanding of when and why the court may require a bond. In fact, even if a decedent identified in their will that they do not want bond to be posted, a judge may STILL require one! Read on to learn more about probate bonds and how they may affect you.
California statutory attorneys fees for probate can be excessive and unreasonable. More and more, people search for an alternative way to complete their probate case. In this video, a real client shares her story of how A People's Choice, an experienced, non-attorney probate service, saved the beneficiaries and the estate thousands of dollars.
Probating an estate on your own saves you from paying thousands of dollars in attorneys fees. However, it's not necessarily easy to do totally by yourself. Instead, when you hire A People's Choice to help with your DIY probate, you can be confident in the outcome. Read on to learn more about our services and how to start your probate today!
While much cheaper than hiring an attorney, probating an estate completely on your own is a daunting task. However, "doing it yourself" doesn't mean you're alone. Instead, consider hiring a legal document assistant such as A People's Choice. Our full-service and document-only options provide budget-friendly choices for executors of estates. Read on to learn more about how to do probate with A People's Choice!
Being appointed executor of an estate can put you in a stressful situation, but luckily there are a plethora of options out there to help simplify the process! For example, in this blog post we've outlined our top tips and best kept secrets for executors of estates. Plus, we provide hands-on legal document assistance so you don't have to hire an expensive attorney! Reach out today for more information about how we can help.
California probates completed by attorneys almost always come with statutory fees based on the size of the estate. Therefore, anyone looking for a cheaper way to file probate on a friend's or family's estate should look into working with a legal document assistant. Contact A People's Choice today for more information on how we can help you complete the probate process for a flat fee.
Hiring an attorney for a routine legal matter can cost you thousands of dollars of unnecessary costs. Luckily, A People's Choice has over 30 years of experience assisting clients with divorce, probate, adoption, and a plethora of legal proceedings. Read on to learn more about how you can hire an experienced registered legal document assistant and avoid hiring a costly attorney.