While reading articles and watching the news about COVID-19, I find myself thinking about my own yard. I know the last thing we want to think about is our yard, but during these turbulent times, everyone should have a plan.
As a trustee attorney, for the past two weeks, I’ve spoken with clients who have recently lost a loved one. While I can’t even imagine what they are going through dealing with their loss at a time when they can’t have family and friends surrounding them, I am able to give them permission and help make the probate process more bearable as they are going through one of the toughest times of their lives. .
I encourage my clients to read our book,”Who is responsible after you die,“So that they can understand the probate probate process. I explain that just because someone dies, it may not be necessary to go through the probate probate process. As a probate attorney, I first look for the least expensive way to accomplish the transfer of real estate assets. While I know that the probate probate process is You’ll make it happen, I also know there are other options available that aren’t too expensive.
I also handle estate planning and as an estate planning attorney, I know how important it is to get your affairs in order. My goal is to help people go through the process of making sure their affairs are in order when they are disabled or dead. Having an estate plan can ease your worries during this difficult time.
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If you find yourself in a situation where you have lost a loved one, or need to create or update your estate planning documents, please feel free to call us at 214-559-7202 ro contact us. We offer free phone conversations to discuss your condition and answer your questions.