Probate Law




Probate refers court protective proceedings. Probate matters include guardianships, conservatorships, trust administration, administration of estates belonging to deceased persons, and the removal of trustees, administrators or executors of estates who are violating their sworn duties to manage estates to the benefit of heirs and beneficiaries of estates.

The purpose of the probate court is to protect spouses, children, mentally incompetent persons, heirs of deceased persons and beneficiaries of trust estates.

If someone you love has passed away and you are unsure of what your rights are, please submit a case summary through this website to schedule an appointment. If you have been named as an executor of someone’s Will or the trustee of a trust and need to know your rights and obligations under the law, please contact our office and schedule an appointment.

The law is complicated and probate matters are even more complicated in some ways than most other areas of law. Whether you are a beneficiary, an heir, a trustee, an administrator, a conservator, a guardian, or the named executor of a Will, you probably need legal guidance to enforce your rights or perform those legal duties assigned to you under the law. We are here to help you to understand the law as it pertains to your individual situation and to discharge or perform whatever duties are required of you under the law. Let us help you. Please call our office to schedule an appointment or submit a case summary through our website to get the assistance you need today.