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  1. Purchase Contracts: Re: Can a Land Owner Decide Not to Sell You Land Despite Prior Discussions of a Sale

    Which bills are now too expensive?
  2. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Are Multiple Accounts Needed for an Estate

    Every single brokerage account we encountered in a somewhat similar situation required that the securities had to be transferred to a second account with the firm before liquidating anything. If...
  3. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Can a Payable-on-Death Beneficiary Gift the Account Back to an Estate for Probate

    Thanks a lot, TM! I came across the term "Qualified Disclaimer" when I used your information about a formal disclaimer to do the google thing, and that is just exactly what I was trying to research....
  4. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Can a Pod Beneficiary Simply Gift Back to an Estate for Probate

    Thank you, jk. I knew it was not an estate item, and merely wanted to know the best way to get it to the estate. It sounds like a formal rejection is the best ticket there, as the crow flies. I'll...
  5. Estate Assets and Debts: Re: Can a Pod Beneficiary Simply Gift Back to an Estate for Probate

    Ouch!! I simply thought it was a separate issue and not necessary for everyone to read the background if they didn't want to do so. The CD has not been paid out yet so I take it that transferring or...
  6. Wills: Re: Is a Lawyer Responsible to Verify Assets When Writing a Will

    My recollection was correct. The gentleman's bill for drafting the will was $350, for two consultations and the drafting. The Hours and Rates columns were blank, with just a round $350 charge. No one...
  7. Estate Assets and Debts: Can a Payable-on-Death Beneficiary Gift the Account Back to an Estate for Probate

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Wisconsin

    As the administrator of and heir in an estate, I have concluded that a simple solution to the conflict between the will's obvious...
  8. Wills: Re: Is a Lawyer Responsible to Verify Assets When Writing a Will

    <i>Long deceased parents named as beneficiaries? Were there contingent beneficiaries? If not, you need to read the documents involved with the annuities. The benefits may have reverted to the estate...
  9. Wills: Re: Is a Lawyer Responsible to Verify Assets When Writing a Will

    Thank you all. Many of the CD's are renewals of those in place 20 years ago; the brokerage accounts are almost as old. The annuities date as far back as 1952, with long deceased parents names as...
  10. Wills: Re: Attorney Responsibility in the Writing of a Will

    Yes, I was named and have been appointed by the court, and do understand that responsibility. But the conflict in the will's intentions and previous designations is monumental, and easily avoided...
  11. Wills: Is a Lawyer Responsible to Verify Assets When Writing a Will

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Wisconsin

    I am an estate administrator, and have many questions. Here is number one: When drafting a will, with time billed for...
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