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Benefits of Accessing Probate Court Records

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  • oaycrjfusbwi
    Probate is a process in which the court determines who is to receive assets that were once owned by a person who has died. Assets are considered to be anything
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 22, 2008
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      Probate is a process in which the court determines who is to receive
      assets that were once owned by a person who has died. Assets are
      considered to be anything of value owned by an individual and can
      include property, cash, stocks, bonds, jewelry, art, cars, or any
      other material item. Probate court records contain extensive lists of
      all of the assets listed in a person's will as well as those things
      that were not listed in a will, but distributed by the court.
      Probate court records contain much more than just a list of assets.
      Probate court records can also show collection debts that were owed
      to the person that died, or money that the deceased person owed to
      debtors. Probate court records can show that titles on the land the
      deceased person owned have been cleared and which banks or loan
      companies held the titles or processed the loans on properties owned
      by the person that died.
      Probate court records contain all of the information about any
      disputes arose over the will left by the deceased person. A search
      through probate court records will show you if the will was contested
      and what parties it was contested by. Probate court records also show
      you who the court favored when it came to settling the claims and
      disputes that were raised....

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