Death of a loved one can cause unexpected friction in families.
Swift and firm application of probate laws can help provide certainty and stability in times of grief.
The goal of the probate process is to gather and protect the deceased assets to distribute them according to the deceased’s instructions, where there is a Will, or according to the law where there is no Will.
Sounds simple and straight forward. Usually it is. In a small number of cases, family history, issues and personalities interfere.
We believe in “Open Administration”. This means that we share as much information as we can with family members and those who will receive assets under the Will. This cuts down on unnecessary fights and court involvement.
When court intervention is required, we do not hesitate to be on your side and vigorously defend you.