02 Aug Complexity of Probate Law & why few attorneys practice
Probate law is a unique and complex area of law.
Very few attorneys practice in this area because it requires specialized knowledge of this area of the law.
The bulk of Probate involves the estates of loved ones after they pass away.
When someone dies and they own property such as a home, cars, or other assets, that property can
only be passed legally by following the proper Probate procedures of the state in which the property
is situated unless the decedent had an Estate Plan that allowed the property to avoid Probate.
Common Types of Probate Matters include:
Small Estates (Typically valued under $40,0
Full Blown Estates aka valued over $40,000.00
Contested Matters regarding Heirship or Wills
Guardianship ad Conservatorships
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is often the hardest thing we experience in life.
The Probate process can be even more stressful if you do not have a skilled attorney who can answer questions
and help you navigate the nuances and rigorous time deadlines involved with Probate matters.
If you have questions regarding the property of someone you’ve lost, please do not hesitate to contact a Probate attorney.
Consultations are typically free and services start at a few hundred dollars.
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