Between dealing with your own grief, planning the funeral and supporting your family, losing a loved one can be a very stressful time. Unfortunately, you may also have legal issues to manage.
If you are responsible for administering an estate or probating a will, you may be overwhelmed by the legal process. At William H. Arroyo & Associates, we will answer all of your questions and help you through the probate system as painlessly and quickly as possible.
Carrying Out Your Loved One's Wishes
Estate administration and probate are about interpreting your family member's will and carrying out his or her intentions. With more than 32 years of estate planning experience, we have the training and skills necessary to help you identify and carry out your loved one's wishes. Every estate administration is different, and every client who comes to us has unique concerns. We will take the time to answer all of your questions, such as:
- What responsibilities do I have as the estate administrator or executor?
- How should assets be distributed?
- When can I distribute assets?
- Can I sell a piece of real estate?
- What should I do if a beneficiary is under age?
- When can I close accounts?
- What do I do if other family members object to the distribution?
We understand that you are going through a difficult time, and we will give you the compassionate representation you need. Your Georgia estate administration lawyer will work directly with you to distribute your loved one's assets and close the estate. Probate and estate administration do not have to be painful and time-consuming.
Call 770-491-0175 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation to discuss how we can help you carry out your loved one's wishes.