Probate/Trust Estate Administration
The loss of a loved one is one of the most stressful events that a person experiences. We understand that you are grieving for the loss of a loved one. If you are responsible for settling the Estate, we can help you with the legal process efficiently and compassionately.
After the death of a loved one, the process of managing assets, paying bills and making distributions to his or her beneficiaries is called Estate Administration. If the deceased person had a Will or no planning, the Estate administration takes place in the local probate court. There may be no need to go through the probate process if the person had a Trust or had beneficiaries named on his or her assets.
It is important to meet with an attorney that is experienced with estate administration so you know how to properly administer the estate. Neglecting to do so may lead to unintended problems that could result in legal liability to the person administering the estate. Call our office to schedule a consultation if you need additional information on estate administration.
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