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Naperville Real Estate Contract Dispute Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains attorney modifications of residential contracts
When you sell or purchase a home, your realtor will usually present you with a widely used form contract. The realtor will have the ability to customize that form to fit your needs. The contract will typically provide that each party's attorney will have 5 business days to (1) approve the contract; (2) reject the contract; or (3) negotiate modifications to the contract.
A good attorney will be sure to staunchly protect his client's interests while, at the same time, working to achieve a meeting of the minds between the parties so as to prevent the deal from falling through. Our Naperville real estate contract dispute attorneys explain the process involved when modifying residential real estate contracts.
Naperville Real Estate Contest Dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses Ancillary Probate
Probate is a court case that is sometimes necessary in order for an estate's executor or administrator to collect the property of a deceased individual the decedent and distribute that property to the decedent's heirs and beneficiaries. A probate case is typically opened in the state in which the decedent primarily resided. These cases are known as "ancillary probate" cases.
In this article, we answer common questions about ancillary probate, such as:
Naperville real estate contract dispute attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what happens when a minor inherits property
In the absence of a will or trust, the decedent’s estate will go through probate. The probate court will appoint a guardian of the minor child’s estate. This person will be responsible for managing the inherited assets of the minor until the minor reaches age 18, at which point the remaining assets will be paid out to the child. The guardian of the estate will have the duty to preserve as much of the inheritance as possible for distribution to the child when the child reaches the age of majority.
This can occur under various circumstances including: