Protect the Interests of Your Loved Ones
When people die, their estates must be collected and managed. The whole estate administration process can become quite overwhelming, especially for those who don’t understand how it works.
While it’s legally the responsibility of executors or administrators to take care of the taxes or distribution of assets, the process isn’t always simple. State law requires personal representatives to a reasonable, prudent standard of care. As an executor, you’re required to:
Whether the administration of the estate is relatively simple or not, working with an attorney will help you to avoid missteps. Our estate attorneys can guide you through the process that includes:
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