Cost-Conscious Probate and Estate Administration
The legal aftermath of a family member’s passing can be overwhelming, especially given the emotional stress and other demands you face. Depending on your loved one’s assets and any specific estate plan in place, you may find yourself needing to deal with a Pennsylvania probate court or shouldering the responsibility for administration of a trust.
Our team of attorneys has the knowledge and experience to greatly reduce your burden and risk as an executor, trustee or other party with estate administration responsibilities. We have a strong grasp of how to complete necessary processes efficiently and implement strategies to hold costs down. Equally important, your decision to contact us will be met with care and concern for your overall well-being.
Experienced Estate Administration, Plus Proven Ability to Handle Related Challenges
Having a versatile, dedicated lawyer on your side can be critical for avoiding missteps that could drag out the process and even dramatically increase costs. Our firm’s work across a range of other practice areas, including real estate, business law, guardianship matters and the drafting of wills and trusts, can be essential as we help you through a situation involving:
- A family member who died without a will (intestate)
- The many procedural requirements associated with getting assets through the courts, distributing those assets and identifying and resolving creditor claims against the estate
- Trust administration that satisfies all legal requirements and contains costs
- Related needs to complete a real estate sale, legally liquidate other assets or pursue litigation involving a business or other assets
Schedule a Consultation With a Skilled Estate Lawyer: 717-909-5858
You can turn to us for legal services intended to protect you and other family members’ financial interests, eliminate headaches and enable you to stay focused on other important concerns. Probate and estate administration are legal areas that are deadline intensive and potentially confusing. We will keep you fully informed of all obligations and steps along the way.