Monthly Archives: November 2022
How To Honor A Decedent’s Wishes In Questionable Circumstances
If you’ve lost a loved one, the emotional stress from such a life event is generally made worse if the decedent left assets behind in his or her own name, thus requiring a probate. While the administrative and procedural process of probate are time inefficient and the distribution of an inheritance may not occur… Read More »
Wrongful Death Claims And Probate
If you have tragically lost a loved one, either due to an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, or due to the intentional or malicious conduct of another, you may be overwhelmed by feelings of grief and confusion. The last thing on your mind may be how to litigate a wrongful death claim in… Read More »
Is A Massachusetts Will Invalid If It’s Not Signed?
There are certain requirements that a person’s last will and testament must meet in order to be considered legally valid and enforceable. One of these requirements is that a Will be signed. If your loved one’s Will is not signed or fails to meet other signature requirements, contact an experienced Massachusetts estate attorney as… Read More »
If My Spouse Dies During A Divorce Will it Affect My Inheritance?
The last thing that you were likely expecting to deal with in the midst of an already complicated divorce was the death of your still, legal spouse. However, if you have lost your spouse while in the midst of divorce proceedings, you are not alone. This happens sometimes, and the law knows how to… Read More »