Probate administration is the process for distributing the assets of a deceased person. Upon an individual’s death, the probate process begins, and whomever is designated in the will must administer the estate based on the instructions of the will and in accordance with the California Probate Code.
The probate administration process can be complex, and the individual administering your probate estate must have experienced counsel to assist them in the process. There will be many important decisions to be made, along with a variety of responsibilities from taking inventory of your property, collecting income, preparing tax returns, paying bills, and more. Mains Law will help you understand the probate administration process and help you make preparations so that administering your probate estate is as efficient and smooth as possible. We can can serve as an executor or personal representative of a will or assist an individual who is administering a probate estate.
Julie is a terrific resource for legal matters from business formation to trusts, asset allocation, probate, and litigation. Her experience and pragmatic approach allows her clients to understand not only the end goal but the strategy and tactics required to achieve it. If you need to establish or update your trust or are stuck in probate, I recommend sitting down with Julie to go over your options.
I have worked with Julie and she is an absolute pleasure to deal with. I have sent her clients and she has taken care of them immediately every time. She is someone who will definitely fight for her clients and help get them every penny they deserve. Her specialty is estate law and her knowledge in the field shows when you speak to her. I would recommend using her services anytime you need assistance with your estate planning.
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