Let’s say that the owner of an estate has passed away. How is their estate plan executed?

Well, that depends on the type of plan.

Typically, the named exucutor of a plan brings the will to a probate attorney who will help the executor legally pass some assets.

An important thing to note is that a will-based plan usually has to go through a court at some point, whereas a trust typically is able to avoid the court process.

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