Administration Guidance For Probate And Trusts
When overseeing the probate or trust administration process falls on you, that does not mean you need to go through it alone. While many uncertainties come with the loss of a loved one amongst the grief and confusion you may be experiencing, that does not mean the probate and trust administration process also has to be difficult for you.
At the Strongsville office of Butcher Elder Law, Samuel V. Butcher, Esq., RPh, CELA, has more than 25 years of experience representing the community through their estate planning and probate needs. Sam uses his decades of experience to provide his clients with a sense of closure in the difficult times that follow the loss of a loved one.
How Sam Can Help You
When you are trying to juggle the needs of probate or trust administration with your own grief, you assume the risk of getting less-than-desirable results for both. Instead of taking that risk, Sam can help you through every stage of the administration process, including:
- Completing documents accurately and filing them on time
- Communicating with beneficiaries about their inheritance and answering any questions they may have
- Overseeing any transfer of assets between the decedent’s estate and the beneficiary’s
- Resolving any disputes about the estate, which will is being used, or anything else that may arise in the process.
While he is working for you, he will also remain in constant contact with you to offer you guidance on the process, information about what he is doing for you, and how he is helping to resolve these matters in a swift and effective manner.
Get The Help You Need
If you are ready to meet with a skilled and dedicated probate and trust attorney, call Sam Butcher at 440-783-7293 or email him here to schedule your initial consultation today. The sooner you reach out to him, the sooner he can help you get the closure you need after your loss.