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  • How long does the probate process take?
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      Firm Name: Bankruptcy and Estate Planning Pros
      Duration: 01:22
      Date: 2019-08-13
      Probate can take from a few months to several years, depending on the state’s procedural requirements, the size and complexity of the estate, and whether there are complicated legal issues to resolve — like a will contest, missing beneficiaries, or competing creditors. If you’re involved with settling an estate, our probate attorneys can help you understand your responsibilities. Call us today for help with your case.
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