Legal Question in Wills and Trusts in Ohio

how long after an estate is closed, does the executor have to distribute checks?

Asked on 1/24/10, 9:11 am

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Harold Hom Harold L. Hom Co., LPA
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The probate estate legally cannot be closed until all remaining assets are distributed to the beneficiaries. An estate or trust is considered to be closed only when it has no more assets on hand.

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Answered on 1/29/10, 10:17 am
Elizabeth Schmitz Elizabeth S. Schmitz Attorney at Law
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The executor needs to distribute all the estate assets and then file a final account with the court. Therefore the estate cannot be closed with the probate court until all distribuitons have been made and the final account approved.

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Answered on 1/29/10, 1:01 pm
Nancy Fioritto Patete Nancy Fioritto Patete, Esq.
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The checks should have been issued prior to the closing of the estate.

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Answered on 1/29/10, 2:30 pm

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