WILLS LAW AND CONTESTS: Writing a valid Will, Trust Administration, and Trust Fiduciary Duty [NOOK Book]

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Wills and testament, rights of inheritance, and successions are all creations of civil or municipal laws, and accordingly are in all respects regulated by them. What speaks when you are no more is your will; it is the voice that shows your intentions and from it, we may determine how you want your belongings distributed among your loved ones. While wills are essential (most especially for a large estate), not all wills are valid. For a will to qualify for probate, it must satisfy the demands of the law and meet ...
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WILLS LAW AND CONTESTS: Writing a valid Will, Trust Administration, and Trust Fiduciary Duty

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Overview

Wills and testament, rights of inheritance, and successions are all creations of civil or municipal laws, and accordingly are in all respects regulated by them. What speaks when you are no more is your will; it is the voice that shows your intentions and from it, we may determine how you want your belongings distributed among your loved ones. While wills are essential (most especially for a large estate), not all wills are valid. For a will to qualify for probate, it must satisfy the demands of the law and meet the standard required for wills or else, the will is nothing but a piece of paper. One who leaves behind an invalid will, is not different from one who died intestate (without a will), since the will may not be probated, the default rule takes effect and all real and personal property of the decedent is distributed, according to intestacy law of the jurisdiction involved. It is presumed there is no will, the proper thing is to set aside decedent's intentions and allow the law to take his position by ensuring proper administration of the estate.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781463403256
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 5/27/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 657 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2012

    Judge

    Mhm ery interseting. I have a them for you towrite about. Write about the civil war. A ficion book durin the civil war time. Okay

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2012

    Yet to Come -Duskstep

    Chapter One- "Your kidding! Britteny did not kiss Benjamen!" Abigal Shultz whispered quietly across the asile. She and her best friend Samantha Timothey were whispering durig another lecture in there math class. They were normal middle schoolrs in sixth grade. But they shared something in common. The were both the smartest kids in the grade. Together they shared a good life and were inseperable. "Yes they did! Ask Britteny." Samantha muttered. Abigal had the good life but as everything did something would go worng. "Alright i will ask her!" Soon afterwatds bothe girls were walking home. A smell of burnt wood dfrited through the air. Abigals house was only a few blocks away and Sama was next door, so Sam always walked with her. The smell of smoke grew stronger as they neared there homes. Both girls exchanged horrified glances and broke into a run. When they reached Abigals house they saw why. Abbies house was burned down to a pile of rubble. Thin wisps of smoke still curled up from the smoldering heap. Abbie rushed up to a nearby firefighter. She tugged his arm. "What happened? Where are my parents?" She asked. "Are you Abigal Shultz?" He asked. When she nodded he continued,"im sorry. Your mother died and your father is in a coma that he might not wake up from." (End of chapter one.)

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