Probate

Among its many powers, the Probate Court assists people during their lives through the appointment and oversight of guardians to care for orphaned minors and adults who are determined incompetent. The Probate Court assists after death by appointing and overseeing executors and administrators, who take charge of property and distribute it under the decedent’s will, trust, or the laws of intestacy.

Our attorneys have decades of experience representing clients and their families in the Probate Court’s administration processes. For those individuals who wish to avoid the Probate Court administration wherever possible, our attorneys are here to discuss Probate avoidance techniques with you such as gifting, the use of revocable living trusts, powers of attorney and the retitling of assets.

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