In eBook #3: Understanding Probate, Robert L. Shepard and Passare.com™
explain the important factors of probate court that directly affects you and
Under probate, state laws determine who is in control of your estate and where
your assets go. If you do not provide instructions to allocate and disburse your
property and assets upon your death, the court will take control of your estate.
The court, known as probate court, will confirm that there is a will, estate
plan or trust and designate a court appointed executor to administer document
instructions. The length of time and cost for probate depends on the details in
your end-of-life documents.