The death of a loved one can be quite an upsetting process. Not only will you be focused on the grief process, but there are a lot of details that will need to be attended to in the process. We urge everyone to meet prior to their death and establish a will that will specifically layout all information including a living will and division of assets, but unfortunately not everyone has the knowledge or was able to find the time to put these things in place before their death.
We at the county law center understand how difficult it can be to deal with all of the details that you will be responsible for after the passing of a loved one. We can help to get you on track and hopefully limit your exposure to litigation and probate court.
The division of assets is a legal matter, and depending on the amount of people that are involved along with the type of personal property that is at play it can be an involved and difficult process. We have highly trained staff that is well aware of all of the laws, rules, and regulations in regards to probate hearings, and we are here to help.
We are trained in handling any cases such as:
Assistance can be given in these matters: