Probate Administration is a critically important facet of estate planning. When a person passes away they may leave behind a will that defines their final wishes or they may not have a will. If there is a will it names a person who will act as the executor of the estate. If a person dies without a will, then an administrator will be appointed to oversee the estate. Either way, well-considered legal counsel is indispensable to the administrator or executor of the estate.
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Administration of an estate (with or without a will) involves several responsibilities. These range from identifying estate creditors and paying the bills to seeing that the estate’s assets are distributed in accordance with the decedent’s wishes of if there is no will in accordance with the law. The probate process tends to take a great deal of time. Moreover there are many complex laws with which to comply.
Whether you are planning for the future or need to appoint an estate administrator or you are designated as executor, you are in need of competent legal advice. The probate and estate planning lawyers at Williams, Kratcoski & Can have assisted countless clients who were seeking guidance regarding the administration of an estate. Call us at 330-673-3444 to schedule your initial consultation. Weekend and evening appointments are available.