What is the probate process in illinois?

Answer Illinois offers three options for settling an estate. Small estates may be settled without probate. Larger estates are settled by filing in probate court, where either limited or full supervision i... Read More »

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How do I start the probate process?

Establish Legal DeathEstablishing the legal death of a person is first step in the probate process. Filing a person's death certificate is usually all that is required. In the case of a missing per... Read More »

Probate Process Under Delaware Law?

The probate process in Delaware begins shortly after the death of the decedent and will continue until all financial matters affecting the estate have been settled. An estate can be governed by a l... Read More »

How to Start the Probate Process?

When a property owner dies, leaving property that does not have a joint owner or list a beneficiary, that property becomes a part of the decedent’s estate. The decedent’s Will or his or her sta... Read More »

What is the Illinois foreclosure process?

All foreclosures in Illinois use the judicial process. According to Stephen Elias, author of "The Foreclosure Survival Guide", a judicial foreclosure is executed by the court of the county to whic... Read More »