Probate Administration

Probate administration of a deceased person’s estate is typically required when the person dies with a will-based estate plan or dies without a plan at all. It is a court-supervised process, the goal of which is to ensure that the deceased person’s creditors are protected and the remaining assets are distributed to beneficiaries or heirs in the manner required by law.
Our firm has extensive experience handling both “simple” and “complex” probate administrations. We work closely with the Personal Representative (Executor) of the deceased person’s estate to ensure that the administration is handled as efficiently as possible. In addition, we are trained and experienced in facilitating the resolution of family conflicts that sometimes arise during probate administration. We do our best to ensure that the deceased person’s wishes are followed, and that the family and/or beneficiaries are relieved of the burden of worrying about administrative issues.