Following the death of a loved one, it can be difficult to face the legal and financial responsibilities associated with administering the estate. If the deceased had no trust, even with a will, a probate may be needed, to have the court appoint an administrator to manage the estate affairs. In a probate administration there are legal obligations for notices, filings, and various other responsibilities. This process involves navigation of the complex probate court—something our firm assists with when bereaved families are faced with complicated legal processes.
At The Boutique Law Group, we have helped countless families through the probate process, and to avoid delays and complications. We are not only experienced with the legal processes, we also provide assistance with the various other tasks associated with administering an estate, including evicting tenants from, cleaning and preparing estate propertiesfor probate sales, and selling tangible property (estate sales).
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At The Boutique Law Group, we care about our probate clients—and we are dedicated to easing the probate experience for families going through this difficult process. Contact us to schedule a consultation to see how we can help you and your family.