When you are planning for the future, there are a lot of things that you need to do to make sure that your family is well cared for once you have died. One of the things that you can do is work with a probate lawyer.
This happens after you die. It is a legal process. Your will and/or your estate are sent through this process and are seen by a probate court judge. During this process, if there are any questions or if anyone is going to contest your will, this is when it will happen, and the judge will make the decision as to what happens with your estate. Once probate has gone through, your estate can be disbursed according to your will, or according to law, if you died in intestate. A probate lawyer will help with this process. But that's not all that they can do for you.
One of the other things that a probate attorney can do for you is to send your will through pre-probate. This happens while you are still alive. Your will and estate will go through the full legal process, but having it done while you are still alive means that any problems with the will can be fixed immediately, including any issues which may cause anyone to contest the will. If anyone is going to contest it, they still can at this point, but with you there in order to answer any questions as to why you did something the way you did. Then when you die, everything will already be approved and put into place, and your estate can immediately be disbursed.
Another thing that a probate attorney can do for you and for your estate is to act as an executor. An executor is the person who executes your will. They are the one who will make sure that your estate is disbursed the way that you want it to be, as well as making sure that all bills pertaining to the estate are paid. If anyone has any problems with their inheritance, then the executor would be the person who could track down any answers and take care of any of those problems.
You need to make sure that your family is taken care of after you pass on. A probate attorney can help you with your will and your estate and help to make sure that happens.
For more information, contact a probate lawyer.Share