Probate: How to Distribute Estate and Determine Who Gets What
Probate, court’s involvement with the distribution of an estate may occur either due to conflict with regard to the administration of a testamentary document or absent testamentary documents. This process almost always takes place shortly after the death of the person whose estate is being probated and it can be a difficult ordeal for the family. The last thing most people want to worry about while grieving the death of a loved one is how the money should be divided. But all too often, family members become entangled in disputes over who gets what.
If you dealing with issues related to probate, don’t hesitate to give us a call so we can sit down and discuss the situation. Then, leave the worrying to us. We’ll make the court appearances, talk to the other parties, and make sure the estate is fairly distributed, ensuring you don’t get short-changed. By letting us handle the legal side of things, the memory of your lost family member won’t be clouded by ugly legal proceedings.
⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐”Löan worked with my wife and I to create our family trust, durable power of attorney and advanced health care directives. She did an excellent job in first sitting down with us – patiently helping us determine exactly what we wanted in our documents. She then did an excellent job bringing it all together to create documents that help us feel prepared for the future.”
-Richard Rechif, real estate broker & syndicator
Probate is the court’s involvement with the distribution of an estate. It may occur due to conflict with regard to the administration of testamentary documents, issues surrounding the interpretation of the testamentary documents or absent testamentary documents.
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