Walnut Creek Probate Administration
Assuming responsibility for settling the estate of a family member can seem overwhelming. Most administrators of estates find it important — and necessary — to consult with attorneys as they approach the process of probate administration. The same is typically true with regard to trusts. Attempting to settle an estate without a lawyer's guidance can result in mistakes that will ultimately require litigation to resolve.
Get An Experienced Lawyer On Your Side Early On For Best Results
Preparation and foresight are the keywords when it comes to settling an estate. Prepare for a smooth distribution of your own assets after death through well-thought-out estate planning. On the other hand, if you are the person who will handle distribution of assets for your mother's or father's or husband's or wife's estate, you can find valuable, personalized information and guidance at Bowles & Verna LLP in Walnut Creek.
Prevent Or Quickly Settle Disputes Related To Wills Or Trusts
Perhaps your deceased loved one was in California and you, a family member responsible for the estate, live elsewhere. We can relieve you of many burdens by advising you through all phases of probate administration and/or fulfillment of trusts put in place by the person who has died. Avoid potential litigation by getting an attorney's advice as early in the process as possible. If a will contest cannot be avoided, we can represent you with a high priority on preventing unnecessary financial losses to costly litigation.
Walnut Creek Probate Legal Counsel For Administrators Of Estates
The first step toward a timely and satisfactory settling of an estate is to discuss it with an attorney who is knowledgeable about this area of the law. At Bowles & Verna LLP, we pride ourselves in our clear communication with clients. You will always know where your case stands if you work with one of our lawyers. Call (925) 935-3300 to request a free consultation.
“With 24 lawyers and a total of 50 employees on our team, we have the resources to do battle with major insurance companies and corporate defendants.” Attorney Michael Verna