What is probate?
At its core, probate is the legal process that takes place after someone dies. Probate can be a simple process taking about eight months, or in some in some cases the process can stretch out for years. We help our clients to have a firm grasp of the probate process because it assists our clients in a successful conclusion to their case. First, clients need to understand the probate process and what that entails when crafting their estate plan. Because probate can be a long and expensive process we help our clients with strategies to help minimize the time their friends and family will spend involved in the probate process after their death. A well-crafted and thoughtfully made estate plan can go a long way in helping smooth and expedite the probate process. We know and appreciate that a comprehensive approach to your estate plan and your last will and testament can assist your friends and loved ones with the probate process after you are gone.
Regardless of the most detailed estate plan, probate is often unavoidable. We have extensive experience in assisting our clients through the probate process. Whether this means our client is named as the executor of a will of an estate or our client needs to contest the terms of a will, we can help. We are experts in assisting our clients with all types and sizes of estates, regardless of the complexity of the issues. We understand the ins and outs of the probate court process and the probate statutes. With our experienced guidance you can rest assured that we will help you properly navigate the probate system. An experienced team of attorneys is essential to achieving your goals in probate especially in complex cases.\
Probate and Conservatorship
We also assist our clients with matters in probate court. In cases involving a request for conservatorship of an incapacitated adult the suit will be brought in probate court. Conservatorship is an area where we have vast knowledge and much experience. We can help you bring a conservatorship case, contest a conservatorship request, or even just understand the process so you can make a well-informed decision about your particular situation. Let us talk with you about your conservatorship case and how we can help you achieve your goals.
Let Us Help You
Our legal team is well acquainted with the requirements of the probate process both in court and out of court. We know what it takes to help our clients through the sometimes confusing probate process. With our experience and knowledge you be sure that we are best equipped to help you understand your rights and responsibilities before, during, and after the probate process. Call us today to set up a consultation.