A will is, in short, a state-governed legal document that outlines who will receive a deceased person's probate estate
-- the assets that are only in their name when they die.
Life insurance proceeds are not part of the probate estate
, unless the estate is named as the beneficiary of the policy.
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The certainty this methodology affords likely has implications beyond simply what is part of the probate estate
The grantor no longer individually owns assets transferred to a revocable trust during the grantor's life, so at the grantor's death, those assets do not need to pass through the grantor's probate estate
The existing trusts, and the fact no probate estate
was filed, show that Williams did the right thing in planning to protect his family.
After the family opened a probate estate
in their brother's name, MassHealth filed a $3 million claim in Worcester Probate Court for Dennis' past care.
More than $4 million in property has been recovered as the result of a claim filed against the probate estate
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The probate estate
would have to file a separate income tax return (Form 1041) to report estate income earned after death.
According to the Court of Appeals of Minnesota, where property appraisals are conducted for the purpose of challenging the value of probate estate
property, appraisals should determine the value of the property on the date of decedent's death.
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