On Wednesday, August 29, 2018 Probate Attorney KC Marie Knox of Hymes, Schreiber & Knox, LLP will be the featured presenter of the National Business Institute’s (NBI) Seminar entitled “Probate: What Paralegals Need to Know“.
This intermediate level course is designed for Paralegals, Legal Technicians, Legal Assistants and Legal Support Staff. This Probate Seminar will:
- Discuss how to efficiently handle the opening of the estate.
- Review the typical timeline for probate filings.
- Gain valuable tips for handling tax issues associated with probate.
- Follow thorough closing procedures so accounting is complete before distribution takes place.
During the 1 hour session starting at 4pm EST, Los Angeles Probate Attorney KC Marie Knox will cover the following content:
The Superior Court of the the State of California, county of Los Angeles has recognized Attorney KC Marie Knox from the law firm of Hymes, Schreiber & Knox, LLP for valued service and contributions to the Court and the Community as a member of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association Probate Settlement Officer Program.
The Pro Bono Probate Settlement Program provides parties with pending probate matters an opportunity to resolve their cases with the assistance of experienced attorney volunteers screened and selected by a committee of local bar associations.
We would like to congratulate Woodland Hills Probate Attorney KC Marie Knox on this esteemed recognition.
If you do not have a trust there will undoubtedly be a probate proceeding upon your death. Probate is a court supervised proceeding necessary to transfer your assets to your heirs. The probate proceeding is costly in terms of both time and money. Furthermore, all probate proceedings are public record.
Having a trust in place insures a less costly and smoother transition of assets to their designated heirs.
For more information about setting up a trust, please contact our trust attorney in Woodland Hills.
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