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Removing or replacing a personal representative

A person’s choice of their personal representative may be one of the most important decisions involved in the estate planning process. This is the individual (or in the same cases, the parties) that will be charged with ensuring that one’s final wishes are carried out to their exact specifications. Thus, one should be sure that the person(s) they select are aptly capable of fulfilling the role. Still, circumstances may occur which necessitate the removal of a personal representative during the estate administration process. 

When can I evict a tenant?

If you’re a landlord, you know that some tenants can be extremely troublesome. You may want them gone so bad you’d be willing to change the locks while they’re out. Unfortunately, that would be illegal. Landlords must have a reason to begin eviction proceedings against their tenants.

Why should you update your will after your divorce?

It is recommended by estate planning experts in Saint Charles that you create a will early on in your adult life (as you never know when you might die). Your spouse will no doubt factor into your estate planning decisions. What happens, then, if after creating a will (and including provisions which address the distribution of assets to your spouse) you then choose to get a divorce? 

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