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All aspects of estate administration, including administrative paperwork and estate administration. Estate administration refers to the documents that must be processed to ensure the orderly and proper distribution of a person's estate. Estate administration ensures the following:

  • Bills from the deceased person's last illness and funeral are paid.
  • A final tax return is filed with the federal and state governments.
  • Assets remaining from the person's life are collected and properly inventoried.
  • Wills and trust documents are examined and the instructions within them are fulfilled.
  • Inheritance taxes and estate taxes are paid, and the remaining assets are distributed to the heirs.

The task of probating an estate can be very complex. Our firm is experienced in processing the final documents. Attorney Rowan guides family members through probate proceedings, compiles an inventory of the assets, identifies and pays the remaining bills, and arranges for the appointment of the executor or personal representative of the estate. In addition, lawyer Michael P. Rowan distributes the remaining assets in accordance with the terms of the will or trust.

If you need assistance with estate or probate administration, Call us or email us today for a free consultation .

 

 

 
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