Probate & Trusts

What is Probate?

You have probably heard the word “Probate” before but like many other people, you may not know what it actually is. Probate is the process of settling the estate of a deceased person. It involves probating assets to ensure that the wishes of the deceased are followed according to the estate planning documents.

We have extensive experience with probate law, administration of trusts, and minimizing the stress of grieving families.

Do you need a probate attorney?

Probate administration can be a complex and tedious process. Mistakes can lead to personal liability for the executor or personal representative. If you need assistance with estate or probate administration, it is important to consult with a trusted attorney who can quickly and effectively handle the details of your case. Blade & Blade devotes a large portion of its practice to probating estates and we ensure the proper filing and completion of the entire probate process.

Probate and Estate Administration

Blade & Blade devotes a large portion of its practice to probating estates and we ensure the proper filing and completion of the entire probate process. We handle all aspects of probate and estate administration including an inventory of the estate, appraisals of property, identification of heirs and beneficiaries, debt pay-off, State and Federal tax returns, and the distribution of assets and property. For more information, contact us for an immediate consultation.

Administration Of Trusts

Ensuring that the assets outlined in a trust are correctly distributed among the beneficiaries requires the work of a professional trust administrator. As part of this service, Blade & Blade will act by following the instructions left by the creator of the trust, keep track of any investments, help with tax planning, and liaise with any other professionals required for the proper management of the trust. We will take any necessary action to guarantee meeting the best interests of the trust and legal beneficiaries.

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