Guiding you through the estate administration and probate process

| Mar 30, 2017 | Estate Administration & Probate |

While our loved ones might have carefully crafted an estate plan, making it easy on beneficiaries and heirs during the estate administration process, this does not mean that the probate process is not needed. Although many residents seek to utilize tools to avoid probate when drafting an estate plan, this doesn’t mean that the probate process is something that is bad to go through.

There are many myths about probate, and many Michigan residents groan when they hear that they must go through the probate process in order to properly divvy up the property and assets of a loved one. While it might mean that it will take longer to recover what is being passed onto you, the probate process is actually much simpler than is used to be.

At our law firm, we understand the laws that surround the estate administration and probate process, and we seek to help individuals in Michigan who need assistance along the way. We act on behalf of heirs and personal representatives who are our clients, ensuring that the needs and goals of these individuals are met.

The probate process is often complicated by the emotions following the loss of a loved one. Whether it was sudden or expected, the loss of a family member is a difficult event to overcome. Our attorneys recognize the sensitivity of this process, providing assistance when necessary.

Whether it is in probate court, during a dispute between heirs or standing in to supervise the probate process, our law firm has been able to help clients in multiple ways. Therefore, we are always prepared to guide our clients through any obstacles or issues that might present themselves.

To learn more, please visit our law firm’s estate administration & probate website. It is often difficult to navigate the probate process on your own. Thus, it is important to gain helpful and trusted assistance during this often challenging time.