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Barcode31662001693605
LocationWinamac
TitleThe executor's guide : settling a loved one's estate or trust / Mary Randolph, J.D. Ninth edition. Ed
AuthorRandolph, Mary, 1958- author.
Call No346.73 RAN
CollectionAdult 300-399
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International Standard Book Number 1413328326 (paperback)
International Standard Book Number 9781413328325 (paperback)
Personal Name Randolph, Mary, 1958- author.
Title Statement The executor's guide : settling a loved one's estate or trust / Mary Randolph, J.D.
Varying Form of Title Settling a loved one's estate or trust.
Edition Statement Ninth edition.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice [Berkeley, California] : Nolo, 2021.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice ©2021.
Physical Description 514 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Content Type text txt rdacontent.
Media Type unmediated n rdamedia.
Carrier Type volume nc rdacarrier.
General Note "Ninth edition March 2021"--Title-page verso.
Bibliography, Etc. Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note Part I: Getting ready. The executor's legal companion; Overview; If you're asked to be an executor or trustee-Part II: First steps. The first week; The first month; Claiming life insurance, Social Security, and other benefits-Part III: Taking care of the estate. Making sense of the will; If there's no will; Taking inventory; Managing assets and paying bills; Caring for children and their property; Taxes-Part IV: Transferring property. Property that doesn't go through probate; Transferring joint tenancy and other survivorship property; Transferring community property; Claiming money in retirement plans; Claiming payable-on-death assets; Special procedures for small estates; The regular probate process-Part V: Handling trusts. Wrapping up a simple living trust; Managing a child's trust-Part VI: Getting more help. Finding more information; Lawyers and other experts.
Formatted Contents Note Part I: Getting ready. The executor's legal companion ; Overview ; If you're asked to be an executor or trustee -- Part II: First steps. The first week ; The first month ; Claiming life insurance, Social Security, and other benefits -- Part III: Taking care of the estate. Making sense of the will ; If there's no will ; Taking inventory ; Managing assets and paying bills ; Caring for children and their property ; Taxes -- Part IV: Transferring property. Property that doesn't go through probate ; Transferring joint tenancy and other survivorship property ; Transferring community property ; Claiming money in retirement plans ; Claiming payable-on-death assets ; Special procedures for small estates ; The regular probate process -- Part V: Handling trusts. Wrapping up a simple living trust ; Managing a child's trust -- Part VI: Getting more help. Finding more information ; Lawyers and other experts.
Summary, Etc. If you need to wrap up the affairs of a loved one who has died, you may feel overwhelmed--especially when you're grieving. But you can do it, and this book will show you how.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Executors and administrators United States Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Trusts and trustees United States Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Index Term-Genre/Form Handbooks and manuals. lcgft.
Index Term-Genre/Form Law for laypersons. lcgft.
Location 346.73 RAN 31662001693605

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