Insolvency: What an executor can do when the estate can’t pay all the bills. Estate insolvency occurs when a person dies leaving behind more debt than there are funds to pay off the debts. Any assets in the estate including real estate may be sold off to repay debts. The estate’s executor, beneficiaries or heirs generally
N.J. Omitted Spouse Law – I’m not inheriting my husband’s estate because his will was made before our marriage.
New Jersey Omitted Spouse Statute. If your husband’s or wife’s will was made before your marriage the Omitted Spouse statute may be the solution to claiming your inheritance. The law provides relief to an omitted spouse of a deceased testator in New Jersey. In situations in which a spouse fails to provide for his or
A Court May Interpret a Trust Beyond the Document’s Plain Language interpret a trust In the Matter of the Trust of Violet Nelson, the New Jersey Appellate Division re-affirmed its position that a court may use outside evidence to interpret a trust by looking at the intent of the trust creator. In the recent New
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