There are many different requirements Massachusetts law has put in place when it comes to filing for probate for the estate of a deceased loved one. One such type of requirement is a notice requirement. Today, we will discuss the notice requirement for filing for informal probate in the state.
It is not uncommon here in Massachusetts to have an elderly loved one who suffers from Alzheimer's. Around 12 percent of the state's seniors have this disease.
One thing that can have a major impact on a trust is how the trust is administered. The person in charge of administering a trust is the trust's trustee. Thus, the role of trustee can be a very impactful one.
One of the decisions that will generally come before a person when they are getting their estate plan in place is how much in assets to leave to their various loved ones. There are many different concerns a person may have when it comes to the issue of how much to leave to loved ones. One thing they might be worried about is that they will end up leaving a beneficiary more than is ultimately good for the beneficiary.