On behalf of Kadish & Associates Law Group posted in estate administration & probate on Thursday, April 27, 2017.
After a loved one’s death, you have to handle a lot of things. One of these things might be the estate administration duties. If you are the person who is responsible for this, make sure that you know what you need to do because any mistakes can be rather costly.
We understand that you might need some assistance trying to find out what you need to do. The probate process can often be difficult. You have to determine what bills to pay and how you should work on finding out if all of the decedent’s assets are included in the will. If there are any that are missing, you have to find those assets and determine how they should be handled.
In some cases, valuation and taxation are the issues at hand. These are especially complex, but we can help to take the guesswork out of them and explain exactly what applies to your loved one’s estate.
As you can imagine, the estate administration process is difficult. You have a lot of things that are going through your mind, such as mourning your loved one’s death. For this reason, some people name a non-relative for the estate administration responsibilities.
Ultimately, the estate administration process is something that can’t be avoided. If you are the one who is going to handle this process, we are here to help you. Don’t think that you are alone or that you have to sort through Arizona probate laws to determine what you should do. We can answer your questions and help you to find out the options that you have in every circumstance.