What is a living Probate?

Posted on: August 29th, 2018
“Living probate” refers to the court process necessary if you don’t have a disability plan in place and become incapacitated. It’s also referred to as “guardianship” or “conservatorship,” depending on state law. For your loved ones, it’s often a painful, arduous, and public process. We’ve found that most folks also want to keep their family and financial affairs private with a disability plan instead of dredging through a public court proceeding. Fortunately, living probate can be easily avoided with powers of attorney and living trust planning.
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