Executor’s Guide: Settling a Loved One’s Estate or Trust

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Settling an estate can be like moving through a maze — let The Executor’s Guide lead the way. If you’re faced with wrapping up the affairs of a loved one who has died, you may feel overwhelmed by all the work ahead — especially when you’re grieving. But with the right legal and practical information, you can do it. The Executor’s Guide will show you how to get organized, get the help you need and make progress one step at a time. Let it help you navigate an unfamiliar land of legal procedures and terminology. It explains how to prepare for the job of executor or trustee, the first steps to take, claiming life insurance, Social Security and other benefits, making sense of a will, what to do if there is no will, how to determine whether probate is necessary, caring for children and their property, taxes, an overview of probate court proceedings, dealing with family members, handling trusts, looking up your state’s laws and working with lawyers, appraisers, accountants and other experts. The 3rd edition contains updated tables outlining key points of each state’s laws, the latest information on estate taxes and worksheets that help you stay organized and on track.

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  1. J. G. Renauer "Tech Dude"
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    85 of 87 people found the following review helpful
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    This is THE book to have when you’re loved one dies!, December 10, 2005
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    J. G. Renauer “Tech Dude” (Naperville, IL) –
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    It hard enough when your parent unexpectedly dies and you discover you are the executor of the estate. There are so many questions and so little time. This book is a godsend. It covers everything you need to know from the moment your loved one passes. It describes step by step, in plain english fashion, what needs to be done in the first week, the first month, and in the future. Everything from death certificates, to funeral arrangements, to claiming life insurance, and, of course, dealing with the estate. It’s all in this book. It is your one-stop resource for unbiased, easy to understand, how-to information. This is THE book to have even if you are not an executor. It will help your entire family. It answers so many questions and takes the mystery out of settling an estate. It’s like having an estate attorney in the family. It has helped my family tremendously.

    Books from Nolo Press have always been easy to understand and use. This book is no exception and contiunes their fine tradition of making legal processes accessible to ordinary folks like you and me.

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  2. Darrow Simpson
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    30 of 30 people found the following review helpful
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    Executor reviews Executor’s Review, January 9, 2007
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    Darrow Simpson (Georgia, USA) –

    An excellent guide for those of us struggling to manipulate the legal maze of probate. After having read the book, I was able to avoid asking as many questions of an attorney resulting in savings to the estate of hundreds of dollars. More importantly, I was able to deal with heirs and family members in a fair and intelligent manner. No one has been able to complain of things not being explained clearly or of the process moving too slowly. I would recommend the book to anyone who is about to administer an estate.It is a great tool for an heir or family member who simply wants to be better informed.

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