Seven Steps to Handling Your Loved One’s Estate


Being appointed personal representative of a loved one’s estate can be a thankless job.  The process can be confusing.  The guide provides you will some direction as to what you need to do as personal representative.  By taking these 7 steps, you will be well on your way to minimizing the confusion and getting the job done.



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