Residential and vacation properties are often among the personal assets that get caught up in probate court for the administration of a decedent’s estate. Often, a couple will purchase a piece of vacation property or a second home, but never bother to update their will or place it into their trust. Upon death, the value of the property may come into question, or adult children begin to dispute property ownership and management of the asset.
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