A DC personal representative bond is required of probate administrators unless specifically waived. D.C. Code §20–502 is instructive. Subsection (a) clearly defines the requirement. “Unless excused from filing a fiduciary bond by the decedent’s will or written waiver of all… Continue Reading →
A Florida probate bond is generally the bond of a personal representative. Administrator, administratrix, executor, executrix, trustee under a will, etc., are synonymous with “personal representative” as defined by Florida law. 733.402 of the Florida Statutes defines the requirement. Pursuant… Continue Reading →
In brief, an appointee must provide a New York administrator bond before letters of administration in a probate matter can be issued (N.Y. SCP. LAW §805), known as the New York Consolidated Laws Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act (Surety bond of administrator,… Continue Reading →
In probate proceedings a Michigan personal representative bond is required only under specific circumstances. The surety bond requirement is first addressed in Section 700.3603, which states that a bond is generally not required of a personal representative appointed in informal proceedings,… Continue Reading →
Have you applied for a probate administrator bond or personal representative bond and been declined for credit reasons? As a probate fiduciary your history of personal financial responsibility is very important, but if you have some credit problems it doesn’t… Continue Reading →
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