How to Administer an Estate: A Step-by-step Guide for Families and Friends
Newly revised and updated, this self-help resource guides readers through the entire estate and probate process from start to finish. In clear, helpful language, an estate law attorney outlines each of the procedures involved.
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Handling Claims Against the Estate and Estate Taxes
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