Probate & Trust Administration
When someone dies, it is often difficult for those left behind to determine what steps to take to ensure the proper distribution of the decedent’s assets. Our attorneys assist executors, administrators, and trustees to get court authority to take charge of the estate or trust, gather the assets, protect the estate, and distribute the assets.
Even when there has been estate planning, it may be necessary to probate the estate, so it is important to consult attorneys who are skilled in this area of the law, to ensure all proper and necessary steps are being taken.
Unfortunately, despite planning and proper execution of an estate or trust, disputes may arise regarding the distribution of real and personal property. Heirs and beneficiaries can have different ideas about what the decedent may have wanted, or may believe that the appointed executor or trustee is not properly managing the estate.
Our attorneys will fiercely represent you in making sure the wishes of your loved one are realized, and that the estate is being handled as intended.