Settling Estates With Knowledge And A Passion To Serve Families
When an individual passes, their estate — their financial interests, real property, personal property and outstanding debts — is addressed and settled in probate court. Many families think if their loved one created a will, they do not have to go through probate administration. Whether or not a person had a will upon death, their final affairs are still addressed in probate court.
This makes the process of probate complex and confusing to families. To initiate probate, the court will appoint a personal representative who becomes responsible to gather the deceased’s asset information, notify creditors, pay the final bills and file a final tax return. When this is done, the personal representative then distributes the remaining assets to heirs and beneficiaries.
If your family is dealing with the loss of a loved one, contact Weber & Carrier, LLP, for compassionate legal assistance. Helping families in New Britain and Hartford County since 1968, our attorneys understand the complexities of probate administration and can help your family efficiently settle your loved one’s estate.
Probate Administration Is A Time-Sensitive And Complex Process
When you have lost a loved one, our firm can guide you through the probate administration process, whether or not they had an estate plan. There are many steps that must be completed to ensure that the process runs smoothly. Our firm can guide you through several aspects of probate administration, including:
- Settlement of the estate
- Fiduciary representation
- Appearances in probate court
- Resolving probate disputes
- Settlements against the estate
- Tax filings
We will work to avoid disputes or resolve them in the most efficient manner possible.
Contact Us For Attentive Administration Of Your Loved One’s Estate
Our comprehensive probate administration experience can help your family settle your loved one’s final affairs in a timely manner. Call Weber & Carrier, LLP, at 860-225-9463 to schedule a free consultation with a lawyer who will pay attention to the details that matter to you. If you prefer, you may reach out to our office using our online form.