Our clients often come to us to avoid probate court by creating a trust. When you pass away with a valid trust, assets can be quickly and efficiently passed to your named beneficiaries without the difficulty and expense of going through probate. However, if you pass away without a trust and your estate is worth above $150,000, then probate is generally necessary. We have experience probating estates with or without a will.
Probate courts also handle a range of other issues. We assist our clients with property transfers, will and trust disputes, breaches of trust by trustees, beneficiary disputes, obtaining estate information and accountings, conservatorships and guardianships, and other probate matters.
• Wills & Trusts
• Transfers of Property
• Trustee & Beneficiary Disputes
• Estate Accountings and Information
• Conservatorships & Guardianships
• Power of Attorney