Alabama Estate Administration Attorneys Help You Plan for Your Family's Future
A death in your family is tragic enough without legal problems that complicate probate matters and divide loved ones.
At such a trying time, you could find comfort in the solid guidance and counsel of an experienced Alabama probate law and estate administration attorney. You should want to ensure that the deceased relative's assets are transferred in a timely manner, according to law, and in accordance with his or her legally documented wishes.
The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C., in Montgomery can provide that comforting legal leadership. Our probate and estate lawyers are experienced, skillful and dedicated to justice for you. We have the team that can tackle the legal dimension of any problem that arises in your life.
Your loved one's estate planning may not have been as airtight and durable as you had thought. He or she may not have left a last will and testament in the first place. Plans to avoid probate court through trusts and other methods of asset transfer can often go awry. If property is not properly or inadvertently left out of probate avoidance measures, a family will still need to proceed through the probate process. Our central Alabama probate lawyers have many years of experience with smoothly guiding family members through all requirements of probate court, efficiently and effectively.
If your Tri-County Area or River Region family's estate administration is not proceeding as smoothly as you had hoped, contact the Montgomery probate administration attorneys of the Anderson Law Firm for an initial consultation.
Montgomery Probate Attorneys With Years of Experience, Reputation for Results
The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C., capably handles all aspects of probate and estate administration, including:
- Validation of a will and resolving will contests caused by proof of heir disputes or allegations of incompetency, undue influence or mysterious changes to a will
- Obtaining court approval of a named personal representative or executor
- Filing of all notification requirements
- Collecting an inventory of the decedent's estate
- Payment of remaining debts and disputing creditor claims as necessary
- Resolutions of probate or trust litigation, if any
- Preparation, filing and payment of estate taxes
- Preparation of closing documents
- Distribution of assets and inheritances to named beneficiaries
- Closing the estate
In every area of our practice, including family law, bankruptcy and solutions for small-business needs as they relate to estate administration, we deliver utmost responsiveness to our clients. We offer you the undivided attention that larger, impersonal law firms will not — attention needed to fully address your concerns and find practical, lasting solutions. You can look to us for innovative, effective counsel, exceptional service and professionalism throughout your probate or estate administration.
Your Initial Consultation With The Anderson Law Firm, L.L.C.
If you contact our offices in Montgomery, Alabama, an estate administration attorney will help you design a plan that ensures your intentions regarding your property and your health care are carried out in the event of your incapacitation or death.