How to Administer an Estate: A Step-by-step Guide for Families and Friends

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Career Press, 2004 - Law - 168 pages
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At some point during their lives, most people will be faced with the unpleasant reality of the death of a loved one. When the loved one is a parent or spouse, there may also be the additional responsibility of seeing to their affairs after their demise. This responsibility can also take place upon the death of a child, other relative, or even a close friend, if they've asked you beforehand to take on that duty and you agreed.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
11
CHAPTER 5
94
HANDLING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE AND ESTATE TAXES
101
APPENDIX FIVE
111
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
155
INDEX
163
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