Need to start probate but don’t even know where to begin?
Discover The 6 Stages Of Probate In New York And How To Make It As Fast, Easy And Painless As Possible
After helping hundreds of families through the probate process, I realized how many people were in the dark about how it all worked…when suddenly they’re thrown into it after being named “Executor” of an estate…
I decided it was time to shed some light on the matter so I created this FREE video and information guide:
The Six Stages Of Probate
In these free resources, you’ll learn:
How to navigate the New York probate process and fulfill your estate management responsibilities
The real truth behind common myths and misconceptions about probate
How to take possession of the estate and safely consolidate the assets
What you can do to protect assets even without the necessary court papers
The “Seven month rule” – Why you must not dispose of any estate assets for seven months (you’ll thank me later)
What you need to do before any assets are sold off or divided
How to keep creditors from taking money out of your pocket to pay estate debts
The #1 secret to not getting sued by your beneficiaries, plus a pro-tip to minimize the burden of probate and maximize the favorable outcomes…
How to avoid steep penalties from brutal creditors, collection agencies and government greed
The two-step “order of operations” to avoid ANY liability from your beneficiary checks
What to do if your accounting is contested
And much more...
Sheryll Law is an Elder Law & Estate Planning law firm, located in Suffolk County, serving Long Island and New York. When you provide your contact information you will receive access to our video and info guide on the next page or in your email. We will also email you, and if requested, call you to continue to provide you with information related to Probate. If you have a consultation with us we clearly explain how to begin the process to accomplish your goals, as well as our fees.
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