When a loved one passes away, we can help you with the administration of the estate. Every decedent’s circumstances are unique, and the probate process can be daunting and complicated for the personal representative.
Whether the decedent had a will or not, having a thorough discussion with an experienced probate attorney is essential to moving forward with minimal complexity and an assurance that all deadlines are met. The actions of the personal representative are subject to county and court scrutiny, thereby ensuring that he or she administers the estate for the benefit of the beneficiaries.
Sometimes family members or other beneficiaries indicated in a given will may disagree with one another regarding the behavior of an executor or the process by which assets have been distributed. When such disputes arise, our attorneys are ready to help ensure that the wishes of the decedent are respected with regard to the beneficiaries.
If you have questions about the probate process and would like to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced attorneys, please call our office at (302) 239-3700.