We Will Represent You in All Facets of Probate
The loss of a loved one is never easy. In addition to the emotional stress, there is also a lot of paperwork awaiting survivors. Probate is the legal process that follows the death of a person. Probate refers to both the administration of an estate and the court proceedings through which a personal representative (executor or executrix, administrator or administratrix) gathers all assets, pays any debts or taxes owed, and distributes property according to the wishes of the decedent.
Probate, which can be a long and arduous process for some estates with substantial assets, involves administering the estate through court proceedings.
After the death of a loved one, we will take the time to sit with you and explain everything in simple, easy to understand terms, so there is no need for worry or confusion on behalf of any family member who might be left dealing with these issues during this difficult time.
It is important to remember that estate administration can be a daunting task for anyone. For those who are not familiar with estate administration or probate, it requires the assistance of an attorney who has the skills, resources, experience, but most of all empathy to assist you during this delicate time.
Every situation is different and requires personalized legal strategy and attention. Tell us about your current situation and we would be happy to discuss your legal options. We have the skills, experience and resources needed to provide you with compassionate legal service.
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