01 Sep Argentina Public Records
Argentina Public Records
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Your Basic Working Relationship
There are essentially two ways to get help from a lawyer when you’re an executor: You can turn a probate case over a lawyer, or you can take on primary responsibility for handling the probate yourself and consult a lawyer only when you have questions or need limited help.
The Traditional Route: Full Representation
The conventional way to handle a probate is to turn it over to a local lawyer who’s experienced with this area of the law. You can’t exactly sit back and relax—it’s still your responsibility to gather and safeguard assets, pay bills, and take inventory, just for starters. But you may feel better knowing that an expert in handling all the court-related tasks, which is a probate usually means preparing and filing paperwork. (Unless there’s a dispute, which is rare, there won’t be any adversary proceedings in the courtroom.)
I want a lawyer to take responsibility for shepherding the estate through probate, you can still do some work yourself. Especially if you’re paying by the hour, pitching in can help keep costs down.
In conclusion, wrapping up an estate always involves sorting through the deceased person’s papers—lots of them—and making phone calls to various agencies and institutions—lots of them. You can take on a lot of this work yourself; a lawyer is not required. Talk to the lawyer and make sure you’re both clear about who is responsible for what tasks. For example, make sure you know who is going to:
First, order certified copies of the death certificate. Then, deposit the original will with the appropriate probate court. Afterward, carry out an inventory of the property in the estate. In addition, make sure to have the valuable property appraised, if necessary. Also, prepare and file the deceased person’s final income tax return. But also, one for the estate.