Losing a loved one can disrupt your entire life. From planning funeral arrangements to sorting through their belongings, you have a lot to do. If you were named as the executor of their estate, you also have to navigate probate court. The Britton Law Office PLLC can help.
Attorney Britton will use his 15+ years of probate and estate planning experience to make sure the probate process goes as smoothly as possible. Get in touch with him today to make an appointment.
After a loved one passes away, you'll be responsible for probating their will as their executor. This can seem overwhelming, but the probate process can be a breeze with an experienced estate lawyer by your side. When you retain attorney Britton, he'll make sure you know what to expect when the court administers your loved one's estate.
Here's what will happen during probate: a probate court judge will review the will thoroughly to make sure it's valid. Then, the judge will hear from anyone who wishes to contest the will. Once the will has been authenticated, the judge will identify and notify any creditors to ensure that all debts are paid. Finally, the probate court will distribute the estate.
If your loved one died without a will in place, you will still need to probate their estate. A probate judge will determine how their assets should be divided and how their debts will be paid.
Contact the Britton Law Office in Tacoma, Washington now to learn more about the probate process and how you can protect family assets that weren't a part of a will or trust.