When a person passes away, all of their possessions and assets become part of their collective estate. Through the process of estate administration, these assets are collected, managed, appraised, and distributed in probate court to the decedent’s beneficiaries according to their wishes, along with satisfying any remaining outstanding debts. Estate administration through probate is a notoriously complicated process and should not be handled on your own. At Davidov Law Group, our knowledgeable Nassau County estate administration attorneys can provide the steadfast guidance you need to ensure your loved one’s wishes are carried out.
Why choose our team of world class advocates? Just consider the following:
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The last thing you need to endure after losing a loved one is to deal with the associated legalese and complications of probate court on your own. If you have been named as the executor of your loved one’s estate, we can guide you step-by-step through the associated legal processes and help lessen the load you carry. Whether your loved one had a comprehensive estate plan or passed away without a will, we have the knowledge and skills to handle their final affairs with diligence and good faith.
We can handle all stages of the estate administration process on your behalf, including:
At Davidov Law Group, our Nassau County estate planning lawyers are passionate about helping people overcome life’s biggest challenges. With responsive communication and a dedication to keeping you informed of the status of your loved one’s estate at all times, our team of highly-trained advocates have the expertise to make this experience as smooth and stress-free as possible. Nobody should be forced to endure the stress of losing a loved one alone. Let us handle the heavy lifting so you can achieve much needed peace of mind during this difficult time.
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