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Peoria Real Estate Litigation Attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the process of an executor handling real estate in Peoria Probate
In this article, we discuss the process of how an executor of a Peoria probate estate should handle real estate assets of the deceased. We answer the questions about estate litigation, such as:
We discuss how to find out what real estate a deceased individual owned, what to do with a decedent's real estate during administration of an estate, and notice of probate for real estate in Peoria.
Peoria Real Estate Litigation lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to appeal your property tax assessment
Due to the slow-paced real estate market, fewer homes are being purchased, making it difficult to get a fair estimate of what someone might pay for a home in your area, let alone a home similar to yours.
Assessors do not have the raw data to work with as they did in the past, so they must refer to outdated information and do the best they can. Therefore, because many homeowners feel they have more accurate information than the assessor, they decide to appeal the assessment of their property.
Peoria real estate litigation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains what happens when a trustee is selling real estate.
Trustee responsibility is fairly cut and dry when dealing with liquid assets like a checking account. However, the trustee's responsibility becomes more complicated when dealing with non-liquid assets like real estate.
If you are a trustee responsible for the administration of a trust after the passing of a loved one, you have a fiduciary duty to act in the best interest of the beneficiaries of the trust, within the limitations and instructions laid out by the trust document.