October 2019 - Murfreesboro Attorney
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October 2019

by John Rodgers No.  Wills are legal and effective without probating them; however, you may find it necessary to probate a will. Generally speaking, there are two reasons you would need to probate a will.  The most common reason is to transfer personal property such as bank...