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What To Know About Creditors And Probate
  • By: Tammy Akers, Esq.
  • Published: April 28, 2020

Creditors And Probate When navigating the probate process, handling the decedent’s debts is unavoidable. That means dealing with creditors, which can be difficult even without the grief that comes with the loss of a loved one. While this process can be straightforward, sometimes, it gets complicated. That’s when you need a probate lawyer to help you navigate dealing with creditors during probate. Akers Law Premiere Probate Litigation is your Colorado Springs probate attorney. We can help you through the probate process, no matter how complex it becomes. Creditors And Debt During Probate Before the decedent’s assets can be distributed to…Read More

Simple Ways To Avoid Probate
  • By: Tammy Akers, Esq.
  • Published: April 28, 2020

Probate is a lengthy, stressful process, and many people assume they’ll have to deal with the probate process. However, there are ways to avoid probate, especially when you have a probate attorney on your side. Akers Law Premiere Probate Litigation has experience navigating probate and preparing your will and other affairs. By making adequate preparations, your loved ones may be able to avoid probate. Akers Law can help you do that by keeping you informed of the probate process and what it entails. If you want to avoid probate, use these tips. They will not only make it more likely…Read More

How Creditors Can Affect Probate In Colorado
  • By: Tammy Akers, Esq.
  • Published: March 26, 2020

How Creditors Can Affect Probate In Colorado Notifying and paying creditors are central parts of the Colorado probate process. In fact, Colorado probate code establishes very specific rules for how and when an estate’s personal representative should notify and pay creditors. Understanding how these rules work and affect you can be essential to: Avoiding allegations that you have breached your fiduciary duty if you are a personal representative Protecting your rights and interests, if you are a creditor, an heir, or a beneficiary When you need help with creditors in probate, you can turn to Colorado Springs Probate Lawyer Tammy…Read More

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