How Long to Settle An Estate?

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How long it takes to settle an estate would depend on the complexity of the estate. If it is a simple estate then it should take around six months.
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Trying to figure out how long it takes to settle an estate really depends on the top of estate and what it includes such as insurance, pension rights and how many banks are involved
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The amount of time that it will take the executor to distribute the assets in the estate will greatly depend on whether the estate has to go through probate. If the individual used
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There is not a specific time frame. Many estates can be resolved in a manner of months, but there are those that can take years. The complexity and the size of the estate is a big
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1. Go through the financial records, tax returns, and other papers of the decedent to try to figure out what the decedent owned or controlled. You will be looking for bank accounts,
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Settling an estate depends on the extent of the assets and liabilities, how many heirs their are, whether it is being contested, how much insurance is involved, and the ability of the Executor to be physically present to deal with all of these things with the lawyer. A very simple estate can take up to a year; complicated ones can take years.!
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