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What is Probate Court?

Probate comes from the Latin word to prove.

The local circuit and superior courts in their respective localities handle procedures involving the estate and finances of the deceased persons, matters of guardianship, Conservatorship legal proceedings when an adult can no longer make safe or sound decisions about his or her business affairs or assets.

There are times a probate court will appoint someone as an executor, administrator, conservator, trustee, or curator.

These roles involve major fiduciary responsibilities in the management of personal and real property.

Common issues involving, when no will exist, when a will doesn’t specify an executor, the estate has one or more parties contesting the will, proceedings involving care and arrangements for someone.

It’s Common Practice for probate courts to require bonds in these cases.

If you are required to post an Executor bond, Administrator bond, Guardian Bond, Conservator bond, Curator bond, or VA Benefits Bond please contact Chances Bonding Agency today for Prompt Discreet Customer friendly Probate bonding services today!

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