Maine Probate Code Seminar
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Maine Probate Code Seminar presented March 21, 1980, Orono, Maine, April 11, 1980, Portland, Maine by Maine Probate Code Seminar (1980 Orono and Portland)

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Published by Maine State Bar Association in [Augusta] .
Written in English

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  • Maine.

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  • Probate law and practice -- Maine.

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Statementsponsored by the MSBA Continuing Legal Education Program.
ContributionsMaine State Bar Association. Continuing Legal Education.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFM144 .M33
The Physical Object
Pagination177 leaves :
Number of Pages177
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4153957M
LC Control Number80133888

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The Maine Center for Elder Law is a practice of Perkins Thompson, P.A. The Center assists clients with Medicaid (MaineCare) Planning, Planning for VA Aid and Attendance Eligibility, Special Needs Planning, Estate Planning, and Probate, Estate & Trust Administration matters in York County, Cumberland County and nearby Maine counties. A professional and public service organization of more than 3, member lawyers licensed to practice in Maine, the Maine State Bar Association works to promote its members' professionalism and advance their skills and knowledge, helping them meet the legal needs of all Maine people, and to advance Maine's system of justice. Maine Probate Procedure is a one-volume guide to the Official Probate Forms and the Supreme Judicial Court's suggested forms and materials. It contains advice on how to use each of the 13 major categories of forms (including forms for notice, forms for decedents' estates, and forms for guardianship and protective proceedings), citations to new statutory and case law developments, suggestions. Maine does not allow transfer-on-death registration of vehicles. Simplified probate procedures. Even if you don't do any planning to avoid probate, your estate may qualify for Maine's simplified "small estate" probate procedures. For more details, see Probate Shortcuts. For more on avoiding probate, see 8 Ways to Avoid Probate, by Mary Randolph.