When Someone Can Reopen An Estate in Iowa
Probate cases are often troubling times for families. Not only is a person going through the loss of a loved one, but the probate process is often confusing and stressful. Sometimes, this process can go on for several years. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/reopen-an-estate-in-iowa
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Iowa law allows estates to be reopened under certain circumstances. This article will discuss: What is the probate process?, When can someone reopen a will to challenge accounting or distribution?, When can an estate be reopened regardless of time?, What if new property is discovered?, and Will an estate be reopened if there is a claim of fraud against the personal representative?
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