Guidance You Can Depend On Through Probate
Have you been named the executor of a will or administrator of a loved one’s estate? The probate process can be extremely complex. By enlisting an experienced lawyer to help you move forward, you can focus your attention on spending time with your family while being confident that your loved one’s wishes will be addressed accurately and efficiently.
We Provide You With Individualized Assistance At Every Step
If you select us, Marrs & Terry, PLLC, to assist you through the probate process, you will get personal guidance from an experienced lawyer. We will learn about you, your loved one’s wishes and the assets involved. You will be educated about your options and the steps involved in reaching a positive outcome. Contact our law firm online or call 734-663-0555.
Did Your Loved One Have A Will?
Unless the proper trusts were put into place as part of an estate plan, probate will be a necessary part of the process. This is true whether or not the deceased had a will.
In either case, all assets need to be outlined. If there is a will, probate will be a fairly informal matter. When a person dies intestate, without a will, the formal probate process will be necessary. We will assist with the filling of the appropriate documents and moving forward through formal probate process.
Protecting Your Best Interests Through Will Contests And Litigation
Disputes can arise when wills have been poorly written, either overlooking major issues that should have been addressed or utilizing unclear language about how assets should be divided. Will contests can also be the result of allegations of people exerting undue influence to gain advantage in a will. We can handle all probate disputes.