IAEA Probate (Independent Administration of Estates Act) (noun): This act determines the level of authority the executor or administrator of a probate estate is granted in administering most aspects of the decedent’s estate. This level of authority is designed by the probate court and is in accordance with the IAEA. A major aspect of this legislation relates to the sale of real estate in probate with or without court supervision. To read more about IAEA Probate click here.
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