Our estate administration lawyers provide a range of services from obtaining probate or letters of administration, to a complete administration of the estate on the personal representative's behalf, we are able to provide efficient assistance in all areas of estate administration.
Our estate litigation group provides a gamut of expertise on all relevant subject areas, including:
• the validity of wills
• representation of trustees and executors
• trustees' and executors' accounts
• protection of beneficiaries' rights
• family disputes
• power of attorney contests
• estate planning
We provide sound advice to our clients when drafting their wills and powers of attorneys.
A will states how your property is to be divided after you die. It is of no effect while you are still alive. A will appoints someone, to wind up your estate, pay your bills, and distribute your property. Not having a Will can lead to costly and unnecessary litigation.
Powers of Attorney (Property and Personal Care)
These are invaluable tools for those incapable of acting on their own behalf.