What Happens If You Die and You Don’t Have A Will, Trust or Estate Planning

Real Estate Agent Barry Mathis and Attorney Mark Umeda Discuss What Happens To Your House If You Haven’t Prepared Your Estate By The Time You Pass From This Life Into The Next.

Do you have any questions about probate? Maybe you know someone who went through it? What did you think of the video? Go ahead and comment below.

About Barry Mathis

Barry Mathis "Broker Barry" has over a decade of experience in the local Real Estate Market. As an active Broker who is personlly involved in the current market , he brings a unique perspective to his advice and his actions. He has ridden the wave of Real Estate from the lows to the highs and back to the lows and now is perfectly position to guide you in this new rising market. His experience as a senior member of a high volume sales team and later as the Broker/Owner of an Intero Franchise has given him a view into thousands of transactions. Most recently he launched and operated one of the fastest growing Property Management companies in northern California , untll its sell aat the end of 2012 The lessons learned in over 1200 + real estate transactions have provided him with a depth of knowledge that simply cannot be learned any other way.Barry knows what it takes to get it done in Real Estate. He has invested in both commercial and residential Real Estate, sometimes for a quick flip and but more often for longer term buy and hold positions. He is a Certified Distressed Property Expert.
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One Response to What Happens If You Die and You Don’t Have A Will, Trust or Estate Planning

  1. Audrey Mathers says:

    I have a question regarding the executor of a will. Without wishing to give away too much personal information. What would happen if a person dies, and although they have been prepared by naming an executor, the beneficiaries of the will are not comfortable with that executor? Perhaps they feel that he/she will is not trustworthy and will not take the action which the deceased wanted…is there any way to challenge their position and how would one go about doing so? Thanks

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