Estate Administration Can Be A Complex Process
After a loved one passes away, those named as personal representatives encounter a unique challenge — they must navigate through the unfamiliar estate administration process while weighed down by grief and other emotions.
No one should have to go through this difficult and emotionally charged process alone. At The Lampe Law Office, LLC, our attorneys serve as trusted guides to those who need help administering their loved ones’ estates. Our understanding of this area of law allows us to help you resolve the estate administration/probate process as efficiently as possible. Should disputes arise during the process, we are equipped to protect your interests and your loved one’s wishes during probate and estate litigation matters.
What Does The Estate Administration Process Entail?
Although every estate contains unique assets and must be assessed based on its particular circumstances, the estate administration process generally involves the personal administrator:
- Filing all necessary documents with the probate court
- Carrying out the terms of the will
- Contacting the heirs
- Taking inventory of all the assets in the estate
- Protecting property during the probate process (such as securing jewelry and other assets so they do not disappear)
- Giving notice to creditors
- Assessing the validity of creditor claims
- Distributing the estate’s assets
If you have been named as a personal representative and need assistance with these or any other parts of the estate administration process, let us give you the trusted guidance you deserve.
Call Us For All Your Estate Administration Needs
Contact us online or call 513-889-0400 to arrange a consultation with our estate administration lawyers. We proudly serve clients throughout the surrounding Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren County regions.