While being named as the executor of a loved one's estate is an honor, it is also a complex responsibility that can be a challenge to manage, especially as you are grieving the loss of someone dear to you.
Having experienced legal counsel can help take that burden off of your shoulders and give you the time to focus on your family and loved ones. Our firm has decades of combined experience guiding people's estates through the probate process or assisting with estate administration.
Let us take that weight off of your shoulders.
Effective Assistance With All Aspects Of Probate Or Estate Administration
Our attorneys can take on all of the responsibilities related to the estate such as:
- Securing court recognition of your role
- Creating an inventory of assets and property
- Paying all taxes
- Paying creditors
- Distribution of assets and funds to heirs
What Are The Risks Of Going Through Probate Or Administering An Estate Myself?
These processes can be very complex. It is easy to make a mistake. Most people have never gone through this process before and even if they had, every estate is unique. Any mistakes in handling the estate can lead to disputes and the possibility that heirs may blame you for issues. By turning to experienced counsel, you can avoid mistakes and keep yourself from becoming the focal point for any dissatisfied heirs.
Decades Of Experience Make A Difference
At the Kennedy Law Firm, PLLC, whether the estate is going through the probate process or there are trusts that need to be administered, our firm can help you. For more than three decades, we have been working to serve the needs of the good people of our area. We understand the probate process and how to handle the administrative responsibilities that can be associated with an estate.
Probate Lawyers Serving Clarksville And Throughout Tennessee
For experienced guidance with the probate process or the administration of an estate, turn to the Kennedy Law Firm, PLLC. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 931-444-5620 or contact us online.