What is transfer on death?

When you die, the probate court will disperse your assets according to your estate plan. There are a variety of tools you can use to bypass probate and ensure your heirs receive assets right after your death. One such option is transfer on death, which the Bureau of...

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Who can contest a will in Indiana?

An estate plan should consist of documents created to ensure that those you appoint carry out your wishes. The probate process confirms that your property transfers to those you designate. In some cases, a will may not make it through court without someone challenging...

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What is undue influence?

When Indianans want some say regarding what happens to their assets after they die, they often write wills. Courts throughout the state typically respect the language of these wills, but that is not always the case. If a will does not reflect its writer's genuine...

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