Tag Archives: Executor
Here is an excellent review of important considerations when choosing a Trustee for your Trust. These considerations also apply when you are choosing a Personal Representative or an Executor. Who can you trust…with your Trust?
After 28 years+ of experience settling estates and trusts, I could tell many stories about family disputes over an inheritance. Even in families that otherwise seem perfectly functional, things can get weird very quickly after the death of a patriarch … Continue reading
Ugh…kids at their worst. When a parent dies and the children are faced with dividing up the possessions, things can get ugly. But by taking certain steps, the survivors can avoid family warfare. How to avoid fights over Mom’s stuff
Having cleaned up many messes created by people with good intentions, I highly recommend individual executors, personal representatives, and trustees obtain and follow the advice of qualified advisers. Estate Executors: An Honor…and a Pain
Encourage your clients to plan intentionally for their children. They do their children no favors when the kids are given responsibilities for which they are unprepared. Goodbye Family Fortune
Family probate fight meets country music. Enjoy this new song by the Pistol Annies (imho not catchy enough to be a hit, but the content fits this blog). I posted the link to the version that gives the lyrics. Family … Continue reading
A recent article written by Kimmer Callahan describing basic Idaho probate. Helping to Understand Probate