Probate and Trust Administration
Attorneys at Mitchel, Gaston, Riffel & Riffel, PLLC provide experienced service to our clients in the areas of probate and trust administration.
Probate is the process of administering the estate of a deceased person in court.
Trust administration involves passing a deceased person’s property pursuant to a trust document, avoiding the need for probate in court.
Whether your probate or trust administration need is complex or simple, our knowledge and advice will help you every step of the way. We assist our clients in having wills admitted to court, appointing personal representatives/executors, adjudicating interests of heirs and creditors, managing real and personal property held by the estate or owned by the trust, preparing necessary estate and income tax documents, and passing property pursuant to a deceased person’s will, trust, or state law.
At Mitchel, Gaston, Riffel & Riffel, we can also assist you in challenging wills or probates, as well as other estate-related and trust-related litigation. As with any legal proceeding, probates and trust administrations often involve complex laws and special timing requirements. Please contact us today if we can assist you with your probate or trust administration needs..
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