Estate Administration Attorneys in Roseville
Guiding Families through the Management and Division of Your Estate
Regardless of whether you have a will or trust in place upon your death, your estate will still need to undergo proper administration to ensure your estate is distributed properly, no matter its size, and to protect your loved ones.
Whether you’re seeking help for the management of a loved one’s estate or looking to hire a lawyer to help your family manage this matter after you’ve passed, our estate administration lawyers are ready to discuss your options.
How Can a Lawyer Help Administer an Estate?
If you’ve been named as the executor of someone’s estate, you may have been made aware of this arrangement before a loved one’s death, or it may have surprised you. In either case, you may feel your loved one has laid a burden upon you, but the responsibility likely yours because your loved one trusted you to carry out their wishes appropriately.
Even if a loved one’s estate is relatively small or seemingly straightforward, having advice from an estate administration attorney in Roseville can help you make sense of this process.
A lawyer by your side can help you with estate management matters such as:
- Ensuring legal procedures and documents are appropriately carried out according to a will, trust, or probate proceedings
- Navigating business law matters with regard to a business held by one’s estate
- Paying creditors or helping to identify which creditors receive priority, as defined by law, in the event your estate lacks sufficient funds
- Helping an executor pay state and federal estate taxes
Whether you’re an executor or someone wishing to help your executor down the line, our Roseville estate administration attorneys can help ensure that an estate is properly divided. Call (916) 619-0783 to get help now.
Patton Law Group was very easy to work with!” - Solace Rider
“I really feel lucky to have found you and look forward to working with you.”- Arthur W.
“Rachel explained to me very clearly what a trust was in addition to the changes I was trying to make to my will.”- Susan D.