1 edition of practice of the probate courts of New Jersey found in the catalog.
practice of the probate courts of New Jersey
S. Meredith Dickinson
|Statement||by S. Meredith Dickinson.|
|Contributions||New Jersey. Prerogative Court.|
|LC Classifications||KFN1944 .D5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 401 p. :|
|Number of Pages||401|
|LC Control Number||16009824|
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Prepared by the Civil Practice Division, Administrative Office of the Courts — Approved by the New Jersey Judicial Council. The Practice of the Probate Courts of New Jersey, Together with Forms of Proceedings Therein, also Rules of the Prerogative Court and of the Orphans' Courts.
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List of US state probate courts provides links to probate information from each U.S. state and the District of Columbia. In the US, probate is governed by each state's laws regarding inheritance and the administration of estates. In the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws drafted a Uniform Probate Code designed to update and standardize the nation's probate code.
The Courts of New Jersey describe the fiduciary duty of a personal representative as follows: It is elementary that the Executor is under a peremptory duty to account for the assets of the estate coming into his possession or knowledge; and if, through failure of the fiduciary duty, he is unable to do so, he is chargeable with their full value.
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The probate procedures in New Jersey are designed to promote the orderly disposition of the assets owned by the decedent. If the probate procedures are properly followed by the Executor, these assets will be distributed to the beneficiaries designated by Will without undue delay, and free and clear of tax liens.
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New Jersey probate lawyers examine whether a formal accounting was time barred by Rule The decedent died on November 3, and in his will, he directed that in the event that his wife predeceased him, as occurred, his tangible personal property should be distributed to his six children "as they shall agree" and, in the absence of an agreement, as decided by the.