Our firm can help administer your loved one’s estate after their death.
The process of administering someone’s estate after they die is known as probate. If the person left behind a last will and testament, the probate process will involve validating the will to ensure that the document is legally valid. Then, the will’s instructions can be executed and any applicable taxes on the estate can be paid. If you do not have a will when you die, the probate court will use North Carolina’s intestate law to determine how to distribute your assets.
When you are grieving the loss of a loved one, dealing with a complicated financial and legal process is the last thing you want to go through. But this is what many families endure as their loved one’s estate undergoes probate.
At TriCity Lawyers, we practice probate law for those in the Cary, North Carolina area, and we can represent your family during the probate process after the death of a loved one. Whether or not a will exists, we will work diligently to ensure your loved one’s estate is resolved according to the laws of North Carolina.
If you are in the midst of planning your estate, we can proactively create documents that help minimize the time your estate spends in probate. By doing this, you can ensure your wishes will be preserved after your death and resolve the burden put on your family during the probate process.
Our firm wants to ensure there are no surprises while dealing with a loved one’s estate. For more information about probate law and how we help with probate cases, contact us today.