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Independent Administration Probate is the most common form of probate that can save time and money. In these cases, the Descendant has instructed in his will there is to be no action in probate court in regards to the settlement of his estate aside from the required legal paperwork to finalize the estate.
These types of probate usually require a single court hearing and a filing of inventory. From that hearing and subsequent approval of the executor or administrator; they are then able to take care of administration of estate without any further court involvement or supervision.
To assure you have authorized independent administration, this should be included within the contents of your will to help make the probate process less cumbersome and expensive for those you leave behind.
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