How to File a Letter of Testamentary?

Answer A letter of testamentary is a legal document issued by the court during the probate process. The letters provide the authority to an individual to administer the estate, naming that individual as e... Read More »

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What Documents Are Needed for Testamentary Probate in Pennsylvania?

Testamentary probate refers to the process of accounting for all of the assets of a deceased person, paying off any remaining debts, and distributing those assets as instructed by the deceased's wi... Read More »

Can a Testamentary Trust Be the Beneficiary of a Life Insurance Policy?

If you have a testamentary trust, it begins to work after you die. If you want to name the trust as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, you have to create the trust before you die with the ... Read More »

Can a testamentary trust be the beneficiary of a life insurance policy?

Yes. It is possible to name a testamentary trust as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. However, you will need to check with your state tax laws to determine if doing so will add the life i... Read More »

How to File a Renunciation Letter for a Will?

A renunciation letter for a will is basically a cancellation letter. By sending the renunciation letter, you are revoking your will and all of its contents. This decision should be made very carefu... Read More »