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Is probate required? Whether probate is necessary depends on what property the decedent owned and how it was held, and on the law of state in which the ...

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Mar 6, 2017 ... A frequent question that an estate planning attorney is asked is "When is probate really necessary?" As with many estate planning questions, ...

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Probate isn't always necessary. If the deceased person owned assets in joint tenancy with someone else, or as survivorship community property with his or her  ...

www.mass.gov/courts/selfhelp/wills-and-estates/probate-necessary.html

Whether an estate will have to be probated depends on how the decedent's property ... Typically, it is necessary to probate the decedent's estate if you need to:.

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Not every estate, however, needs to go through the probate process. Probate is required only when there is no other mechanism by which to transfer the asset to  ...

www.legalzoom.com/articles/do-all-wills-need-to-go-through-probate

Most people think of probate as involving a will. If a person dies and leaves a will, then probate is required to implement the provisions of that will. However ...

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State laws regulate the probate of estates. Probate is the judicial process that provides legal supervision of estates after the death of an individual. If you leave a ...

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Probate is not always necessary. If the deceased person owned bank accounts or property with another person, the surviving co-owner often will then own that ...

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These are the most common reasons why probate is required. ... Probate laws vary from state to state so it is always a good idea to consult with probate ...

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If there is probate property of the deceased located in another state, additional proceedings called “ancillary administration” will be necessary in that state.