By Patricia Trent | Published October 26, 2015 | | |
If you’ve been named the executor of a relative’s estate, you may have to post a surety bond with the probate court. Some wills have language that waives the requirement, freeing the executor from that expense. Otherwise, you must purchase a surety bond and post it with the court, before the court will name you Read MoreRead More
Q: What is estate planning?
A: Estate planning involves agreements and documents defining arrangements for transferring ...