We can oversee the probate process for a loved one’s estate.
Following the death of a loved one, the probate administration process ensures that the deceased’s assets are properly managed and distributed. In general, the probate process involves filing the will in court and then administering the estate. We can help you understand the probate administration process and what it involves after your loved one dies and oversee this process until the estate is finalized and closed.
At Tarantino Law, PLLC, we oversee probate administration cases in the Cornelius, North Carolina area. The probate administration process first begins when the deceased’s will is filed in probate court. If no one objects to the will, the personal representative or the executor will pay off any debts and distribute the remaining assets to the beneficiaries. If there is no will, state law will determine the distribution of assets and the beneficiaries.
In many cases, the probate administration process is not simple or straightforward. We have extensive experience with probate and can effectively handle any challenge that arises. Our role is to oversee the probate process for you, so you can focus on managing your grief and coping with the loss of a loved one.
As your lawyer, we promise to be responsive, helpful, informative, and reliable, whether you need an attorney to help with probate administration or help plan out your estate for the future. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support you at this time and moving forward as your legal representative.