Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in North Carolina


how long is this period

Asked on 2/01/07, 8:30 pm

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Richard S. Stolker Uptown Law, LLC
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The period of time for a probate estate varies depending upon numerous factors such as (to name just a few) the size of the estate, whether there is out-of-state property to be conveyed, whether there are objections to the will, and the caseload of the supervising court. You should consult counsel as to your concern in connection with a particular estate.

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Answered on 2/02/07, 9:20 am

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