After burying a loved one, the last thing a grieving family needs is to deal with the stressful and complex probate process. Whether the decedent had a will or died intestate, to properly close the estate and distribute the assets to family members and other beneficiaries may require court-supervised probate and estate administration proceedings. Once appointed by the court, the executor (or executrix) has many responsibilities.
The executor has a duty to appropriately administer and account for the estate, which includes notifying the decedent’s heirs and beneficiaries, collecting and liquidating estate assets, paying taxes and debts. Fulfilling these requirements often takes significant time, effort, and knowledge of law.
At Milvidskiy Law Group P.C., we understand how stressful and onerous a probate and estate administration process can be, and that many executors have little experience serving as a fiduciary. Our goal is to make this process as simple as possible. Our attorneys regularly assist our clients in probate and estate administration proceedings and carrying out all aspects of their legal responsibilities as executor.