Probate And Estate Administration
Coping with the loss of a loved one is difficult even before complex legal and family-related issues come into play during estate administration. Our estate department attorneys represent clients who are in the role of fiduciary and in other cases act as fiduciaries. In either role, we have the experience to address all administrative issues that can arise. Whether a client completed the estate planning process with our office or not, we are able to guide local families through the administration of an estate during the difficult time after the loss of a loved one. The knowledgeable attorneys at Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., have the experience to handle estates of all sizes from simple to the most complex.
The Estate Administration Process
The complexity associated with the estate administration process is generally not in the value of assets, but rather the emotional ties to certain properties and the people involved. Our lawyers are dedicated to assisting clients through each step in the process. We have experience working in the local courts to offer guidance from the initial filing with the probate court through distributing assets and completing a final accounting.
Additionally, our attorneys can handle any conflicts that arise, such as will contests or decedent, conservator estate accounting litigation and fiduciary removal proceedings. The estate administration process is confusing, and it is often difficult to even know how to begin. Understanding deadlines and requirements are crucial and ensure that everything flows smoothly.