Probate And Estate Administration

The death of a parent, spouse, grandparent, or other loved one is a most difficult period for family and friends. It is a time of sadness, grief, and loss, and unfortunately it is also a time when the estate of the deceased person must be assembled, valued, and distributed according to the person’s Will or state law.

Estate administration, or probate, is the process in which a personal representative is appointed by the Probate Court to identify and value the deceased person’s property, pay the debts, and distribute the property to beneficiaries. The probate process involves numerous court forms, filings, and accountings that are often complicated and stressful to complete. The probate process also requires the personal representative to meet court deadlines, give required legal notifications, and convey homes and other real property to the heirs and beneficiaries.

At the Floyd Law Firm, we stand ready to assist you with the challenges and demands of the probate process. We have years of experience in helping to guide clients through the court process, and we will do whatever we can to assist you. Please contact our firm for an initial consultation.