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Losing a loved one is a sad and difficult time for family‚ relatives‚ and friends. In addition‚ those left behind must often figure out how to transfer or inherit property from the person who has died.

To do this‚ you must usually go to court, and dealing with the courts and the property of someone who has died is very complicated. Sometimes‚ however‚ family or relatives may be able to transfer property from someone who has died without going to court. But it is not always easy to tell whether you need to go to court or qualify to use a different procedure.

Workman Law Firm is here to help guide you through this difficult time. Our experience probate and estate attorneys can assist you in naming an executor/executrix‚ notifying beneficiaries and administering the estate. If your loved one did not have a will, we will assist in naming the administrator/administratrix.

The death of a loved one is never an easy matter to deal with. The challenges of probating a will‚ gathering up all of the assets‚ paying the taxes and debts‚ and distributing the remainder of the estate are significant. Many people simply do not have the experience‚ the time‚ and the legal knowledge to administer an estate effectively.

At Workman Law Firm we strive to be different from other probate law firms. Our top priority is being there for you when you need us. We will take the time to thoroughly address your questions and concerns. We will work with you to address all aspects of the estate, and we are sensitive to your needs and alleviate stress through personalized client service.

In your time of despair we are here to help. Please feel free to contact us today to schedule your free consultation. We will be happy to explain your rights and duties as an executor/executrix‚ an administrator/administratrix‚ an estate beneficiary‚ or an estate creditor.

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