Estate Administration

[Announcement] Free Personal Estate-Planning Inventory App

Everyone needs estate-planning in one form or another, regardless of your age or stage in life. Part of any estate-plan includes a personal inventory. This is never an easy task, even for the most organized person.

Keep Track of Your Important Details and Assets Easily and Securely

I’ve taken the guesswork out of the process by creating a Free Personal Estate-Planning Inventory App that will enable you to quickly and easily add your:

  • Personal information

  • Family information

  • Physical Assets

  • Digital Assets

  • Accomplishments

  • Funeral/Celebration of Life Requests

and more…

All of your data is stored and transmitted securely. As long as you keep your password protected, your data is secure.

Online or Offline Storage

Create your personal inventory all at once, or as you have time, with the convenient “Save and Return” feature. When you’re done, create a hard-copy by printing out and keeping with your other important documents, or saving a copy to your hard drive or cloud service.

Easy Updates

The Free Personal Estate-Planning Inventory App allows you to easily update your inventory any time you buy or sell assets, go through a divorce, death or birth, or change your mind about your end-of-life wishes.

Estate-Planning Made Easy

Your personal estate-planning inventory can serve as the starting-point for the creation of your will, or trust, or in determining what other estate-planning tools are appropriate for you and your family. You’ve worked hard to get where you are. Protect that investment, and your family, by creating your personal estate-planning inventory today.

NOTE: The act of creating an account, logging into an account, or creating a personal estate-planning inventory does not create an attorney-client relationship. Thienel Law is not responsible for the data entered or the reports produced by this application. Read full disclaimer here.

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What Does an Estate Administration Attorney Do?

What Does an Estate Administration Attorney Do?

An estate administration attorney guides a personal representative through each step of the estate administration process. Because a personal representative can be held liable for negligence and other errors made while administering the estate, it is important to have an attorney to provide legal advice and support. 

What Responsibilities Do Virginia Guardians and Conservators Have?

What Responsibilities Do Virginia Guardians and Conservators Have?

When a minor child or an incapacitated adult is appointed a court-ordered guardian and conservator, the person appointed by the court has a duty and legal responsibility to act in the best interests of the protected person or ward (minor child or incapacitated adult). It can be a little overwhelming if you are suddenly appointed by the court to care for another person and manage that person’s property and affairs.

What are the fiduciary duties of a DC trustee?

What are the fiduciary duties of a DC trustee?

When you appoint a trustee, you are placing a great deal of confidence in this person to manage the trust assets. A trustee holds a great deal of power because the trustee holds legal title to the property within the trust. It is very important that a trustee understands his fiduciary duties under the terms of the trust and Washington DC trustee laws. A DC trust administration attorney can assist trustees in understanding their fiduciary duties as a trustee.