Has a loved one passed and left you with questions?
When will I receive my inheritance?
How do I pay the bills?
Will my probate take forever?
Creditors are contacting me to get paid. What do I do?
What should I do if other family members are wasting my inheritance?
I’m concerned that there is no will, or if there is I can not find it?
How much will my inheritance be?
The death of a loved one is difficult enough without having to deal with the complex legal system to get your inheritance.
Unfortunately for those left behind, not only must you grapple with the emotions raised by your loss but you must also focus on many different legal obligations you may have.
You may have to go to court or take other legal steps. For example:
- Creditors owed money by the deceased must be given the opportunity to make claims on the estate.
- A last will and testament must be probated.
- Trusts must be administered.
- Estate taxes, if any, must be assessed and paid.
- Property of the deceased must be managed.
- Property must transfer to its new owner, according to the wishes of the deceased.
Probate & Estate Administration needs to be handled promptly and correctly. Let our experience guide your family through this tough time.
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