Probate & Estate Administration
Probate refers to the court process of administering and distributing a decedent’s estate which includes the following:
- Application to the Court for authority to serve as the administrator of the estate of a person who dies with a Will or Intestate (without a Will).
- Litigation involving claims to the decedent’s assets by creditors and disinherited heirs.
- Liquidation of estate assets such as real property and valuable collectibles.
- Distribution of estate property to designated heirs and beneficiaries.
When probating an estate, our office works diligently to avoid administrative delays and mismanagement of estate assets. We provide forward-looking strategies to prevent or resolve potential conflicts between family members, beneficiaries, administrators, trustees, and creditors.
With years of experience, our attorneys help the estate administrator to efficiently collect and distribute the decedent’s estate assets to those entitled to receive them.