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Peoria Real Estate closings Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how you can prepare for a real estate closing
In this article, we explain how to prepare for a real estate closing in Peoria. In this article, we discuss a checklist of tasks for the seller (or the seller's attorney) to handle between the execution of the contract and the closing date. We cover questions about residential real estate, including but not limited to the following:
Peoria Real Estate Closings attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Peoria Probate laws pertaining to property needing to go through probate
The question of whether or not all property is subject to probate is often asked once someone has passed away. In this article, we explain what probate is, when probate is required in Peoria, what it means for an asset to be subject to probate, and what types of property do not need to go through probate in Illinois when their owner passes away.
In this article, we discuss questions pertaining to property probate including:
Peoria real estate closings attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what happens when a minor inherits property
A probate court is appointed a guardian in the absence of a will or trust, for when the decedent's estate will go through probate. The guardian of the minor child is 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: