What Happens to the Assets in Probate, and When do the Heirs Get Paid? Video 3 of 4

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  In today’s video the topic is the assets in probate and heirs. Specifically, what happens to the assets and when do the heirs get paid? So far, we’ve talked about what happens to start the probate process. How does it begin? That was video #1. Then in part #2, I went over what is […]

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