Creditors and Probate

Creditors and Probate

Personal representatives, beware. Do not distribute assets to beneficiaries before the balance of the estate’s taxes and all outstanding debts are completely paid or dismissed by the probate court.

Talking to Your Parents About Estate Planning

For most of us, estate planning is one of the most challenging topics to discuss with our parents. Even broaching the subject can seem daunting. Despite the challenging nature of this subject, it is one of the most important conversations we can have with our parents.

Five estate planning mistakes

Five estate planning mistakes

Reviewing your estate planning documents with your attorney will ensure that your desired changes will address your new need without negatively impacting your overall intentions. Call us today at 207-236-4888 to discuss your estate planning goals.

Four Reasons Your Will May Be Contested in Court

Four Reasons Your Will May Be Contested in Court

Considering the time and expense, will contests are something you’ll want to avoid at all costs. Not only would it jeopardize your final wishes but it also causes unnecessary and painful conflict among your loved ones during an already emotionally trying time.

Common Estate Planning Myths

Common Estate Planning Myths

Estate planning can be a very difficult process. The planning requires us to face the fact that we will not live forever.