Once in a while, a client comes in who needs some probate done fast. Depending on if there is a will or not, appointment of an administrator can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, which is why we always recommend speaking to a probate or estate attorney as soon as you can after a loved one passes away. However, if you have some major time

What’s the difference between a Warranty Deed and a Quitclaim? I’ve also heard clients incorrectly call it a ‘Quickclaim Deed”. The main difference between the two types of deeds is what the seller guaranteeing, and what protection the buyer is receiving.   A Warranty Deed contains a clause in the Deed that effectively warrants, or guarantees, that the Seller owns the land that they are selling. If it turns out

Have you been putting off getting a Will because you say the kids can fight about it when you’re gone? Or, you don’t want to pay for something that you won’t be around to use yourself?   Here’s a quick breakdown of the costs of Probate with a Will versus without a Will.   If you have a Will, Your property goes to your named beneficiaries, and does not have