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Maryland Probate: Can Travel Expenses Be Reimbursed?

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If you are an individual serving as the Personal Representative of a Maryland estate, the short answer is: no. Expenses incurred by a Maryland Personal Representative in the course of the ordinary business of administration are part of the services for which the Personal Rep receives her commissions and are not allowable as separate expenses […]

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How to Close a Small Estate of Probate in Maryland

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Under Maryland law, Estates & Trusts, the approved Information Report, as submitted to the Register of Wills, typically closes the small estate. If there are any creditors who filed with the Register of Wills any unpaid valid claims could cause the small estate to remain open. The Register of Wills should provide a schedule of […]

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Maryland Estate Administration, Valuation of Stocks

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In Maryland the Information Report and Inventory for an administration probate is due within three months of opening the estate. These must be filed by the attorney and/or the Personal Representative along with proper valuation of all assets and supporting documents and appraisals. Each asset has a particular way of being valued under Maryland law […]

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Glassmanor, Maryland Estate Planning: File a Will

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Maryland, unlike many states, allows Wills to be filed with the county in which you live. As an estate planning attorney, I have encountered clients in Maryland who have failed (or their attorney failed) to file their Will with the county. This is a critical final step in the Will creation process as it ensures […]

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