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The Basics of D.C. Estate Administration Part X: Foreign Estate Proceedings or Ancillary Probate Administration

This is my tenth post on my continuing series on the Washington, D.C. Probate Administration concerning ancillary probate and foreign estate proceedings.  You can read previous posts in this series including Part I: high-level differences between Virginia and D.C. estate … Continue reading

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The Basics of D.C. Probate Administration…Part VI: the Inventory

This is the sixth in a series of posts on the basics of D.C. probate administration. You can read previous posts in this series including Part I: high-level differences between Virginia and D.C. estate administrations (here), Part II: qualifying to … Continue reading

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The Basics of the District of Columbia Probate Administration…Part V: Notice to Creditors, Verification and the First Ninety Days

This is the fifth in a series of posts on the basics of D.C. probate administration. You can read previous posts in this series including Part I: high-level differences between Virginia and D.C. estate administrations (here), Part II: qualifying to … Continue reading

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The Basics of the District of Columbia Probate Administration…Part IV: Abbreviated v. Standard Probate and Unsupervised v. Supervised. Hunh?

This is the fourth in a series of posts on the basics of D.C. probate administration. You can read previous posts in this series including Part I: high-level differences between Virginia and D.C. estate administrations (here), Part II: qualifying to … Continue reading

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The Basics of the District of Columbia Probate Administration…Part III: Opening the Estate

This is the third in a series of posts on the basics of D.C. probate administration. You can read previous posts in this series including Part I: high-level differences between Virginia and D.C. estate administrations (here), Part II: qualifying to … Continue reading

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The Basics of Virginia Probate Administration…Part VII: Spousal Rights and Election

This is my seventh posting on my series of the Virginia Probate Administration concerning spousal rights.  You can read previous posts on this series including Part I: introduction to probate (here), Part II: qualifying to be the personal representative (here), … Continue reading

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The Basics of the Virginia Probate Administration…Part IV: the Initial Process

This is part IV of my series on the Virginia Probate Administration process.  Part IV discusses the initial phases of probate immediately after the personal representative has qualified.  This stage is about getting the proverbial ducks in row by informing … Continue reading

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