When someone dies with a properly executed Will, the Will must be admitted to probate. But before the heirs are able to access the Decedent's (the person who has passed) estate, an administration must be granted by the Probate Court. The administration of the estate can either be independent or dependent. Both administration methods have vastly different responsibilities for the Executor of the estate. In either scenario, Dyer & Mauro’s probate lawyers can assist the administrator of the estate in filing necessary forms, distributing assets, and navigating the courts.
If you have been named an Executor in a Will, our probate attorneys can assist in admitting the Will and guiding you through the probate process. It is a difficult time for you and your family. Allow us to take care of the legal matters so that you can focus on your family.
When someone dies without a Will it means that they have died intestate. This person's property will be distributed under the laws of intestate succession.
Intestate succession can be a very time consuming and arduous process. Dying Intestate means that your family will have to endure a much more complicated process before they can get access to the recently departed’s estate. Our attorneys are well versed in the intestate process. Allow us to help probate your loved one’s estate when they pass without a Will. We can help guide you on choosing the correct intestate process as well as guiding you through from the beginning to the end.
The attorneys at the Mesquite Law Firm of Dyer & Mauro are here to help you in your time of need. We are a full-service law firm and can assist with legal issues including wills, trusts, probate, business formation, and trademarks. Contact us today to find out how we can be of assistance.