We guide families through the estate administration and probate process. Our attorneys help work through the complexities of estate administration to ensure every estate is managed and transferred properly, in accordance with the desires of the deceased.
See below for more details about the areas our estate administration and probate attorneys can assist with.
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Our estate administration and probate team works carefully and compassionately to address the needs of surviving family members, executors, trustees and beneficiaries in all aspects of trust and estate administration. We represent heirs, beneficiaries, trustees, and executors is relation to estates of all sizes. Whether you’re working with valid wills and trusts or state intestacy laws, we’ll work to ensure that property is managed and distributed appropriately.
When someone dies owning assets in their name (as opposed to a trust), before bequests can be distributed to heirs, their estate must go through probate. Our compassionate, professional, and respectful team will guide you through the probate process from the initial petition, until the assets are distributed and the estate is closed.
Duties associated with administering an estate or trust fall on an executor or trustee named in the documents, or appointed by a court. Our probate and trust attorneys support these fiduciaries through the estate and trust and administration process, to help them correctly carry out their duties while navigating the family and beneficiary dynamics that often play a significant role in estate administration and probate.