Unfortunately, people sometimes quickly take steps based on advice from friends and relatives rather than the Estate Attorney, and it can become a costly mess.
In those first days after someone passes on, even before meeting with an Estate Attorney, there are some critical and practical steps to take.
A review of some information collection forms that can help you get and stay organized before that all-important attorney meeting.
By taking this course today, you'll get a solid overview of what to do in the first days and weeks after someone with a revocable living trust passes on.
Avoid the costly mistakes most people make when they take action after getting advice from non-attorney friends and family. We’ll teach you what landmines to avoid, what steps you can and should take on behalf of the trust, and how to get organized for that first meeting with an Estate Attorney. When legal professionals charge hundreds of dollars an hour, getting organized beforehand pays off. AND it can save much, much more if you don't make costly mistakes the attorney will have to undo later.