Our Arizona probate and estate administration attorneys at Gorman & Jones, PLC, offer comprehensive probate and estate administration services. Many of our estate planning clients also turn to us to assist when a family member dies. We can handle everything, from probating the Will in probate court to working with investment advisors to fund a trust. Whatever your needs, we have the experience and resources to provide for an easy transition to the heirs. Contact our probate law and estate administration attorneys at Gorman & Jones, PLC.
We can act in several capacities during the estate administration or probate process. We advise the executor, or personal representative, as needed. We take an active role by paying taxes and debts, selling assets, and distributing property as directed by the Will. If named in a Will or trust instrument, our lawyers can act as executors or trustees themselves, managing the assets, and carrying out the provisions of the Will or trust.
We also assist when disputes over the terms of a will or trust arise. We represent individuals and estates in Will contests that allege undue influence or some other interference with the testator’s ability to make a Will or create a trust. When heirs believe that the executor is not properly carrying out his or her duties, we can undertake litigation to correct the situation.
Whenever needed for probate and estate administration matters, our network of experts helps maximize the value of property in the estate. The team includes appraisers, tax advisors, investment advisors, and real estate brokers, all of whom work to preserve and increase assets in estates and trusts.
For more information about probate and estate administration, contact our Arizona lawyers at Gorman & Jones, PLC to schedule a free initial consultation.
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