Probate attorneys at Mark S. Eghrari & Associates, PLLC can provide help to those who must go through the probate process. We can offer assistance with any legal matters that necessitate going to probate court. Our compassionate and knowledgeable legal team understands that when your loved one has passed away or when your loved one has become incapacitated, coping with the stress of probate court proceedings is immensely challenging. We will work hard to help you ensure that the probate process goes as smoothly as possible and results in the best outcomes possible.
To find out about how Mark S. Eghrari & Associates, PLLC can assist you with the probate process, give us a call today. We provide representation to executors of an estate, heirs or beneficiaries, anyone wishing to contest a will, and others who have a legal interest in probate proceedings.
We also provide help to those who need to go to pr0bate court because their loved one is incapacitated and a guardian or conservator must be appointed to manage his or her affairs.
To find out more about the many ways our legal team can help you with the probate process, give us a call. You can also read on to learn about some of the key reasons why it is so important to get legal help with the probate process.
An Attorney Can Help Keep Costs Down
Investopedia estimates probate could cost around three percent to seven percent of the value of the estate. An experienced attorney can help you to ensure that the probate process goes as smoothly as possible so you can keep costs to a minimum. This is important so heirs or beneficiaries can inherit a larger estate with less money lost to court costs and other fees and expenditures.
Probate Attorneys can Help Respond to Problems
There is potential for problems to arise during the probate process. For example, there could be missing assets that need to be tracked down or the value of assets could end up being in dispute. Someone also could decide to contest a will. Whenever a problem arises, an experienced attorney with probate experience can assist you in solving it. Whether this means finding experts like forensic accountants or fighting to uphold a last will and testament as valid, Mark S. Eghrari & Associates, PLLC can provide the assistance that you require.
Probate Attorneys can Help to Prevent Losses to an Inheritance
The executor of an estate is typically put in charge of managing probate assets during the probate process. An attorney can provide advice to an executor on his obligations and can offer assistance with the management of assets. An experienced attorney can also help an executor of an estate to comply with obligations related to taxes in order to make sure that there are no penalties or consequences for failure to comply with IRS or state tax rules.
Mark S. Eghrari & Associates, PLLC not only assists the executor of an estate with keeping assets safe but we can also provide representation to heirs or beneficiaries who stand to inherit. Since it is their money and property at risk, it’s very important for people who stand to inherit to monitor the probate process and ensure that nothing is happening to put assets at risk. For example, probate attorneys could help heirs or beneficiaries to identify a breach of fiduciary duty that the executor of an estate may commit that could jeopardize the value of an inheritance. An experienced attorney can help heirs or beneficiaries to take action if such a breach occurs to hold the executor liable for losses.
Getting help from Probate Attorneys
Probate attorneys at Mark S. Eghrari & Associates, PLLC can provide personalized help to all those involved in the probate process. Whether you need to go through the probate process because of the death of a loved one or because of the incapacity of someone you care about, we can help. Our legal team can represent the executor of an estate, heirs or beneficiaries, or others involved in probate proceedings.
To find out about the assistance we can offer, join us for a free seminar. You can also give us a call at (631) 265-0599 or contact us online at any time to talk with a member of our legal team about how we can help you.
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