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PROBATE AND TRUST ADMINISTRATION

AAdministrators, executors, trustees, and agents have many legal duties under a will, trust or power of attorney.  Unless the person is experienced at doing this type of thing, it can be overwhelming and stressful to perform their duties within the letter of the law, and even with extensive study it is quite easy for a layperson to run afoul from what is expected and proper.

 
In order to avoid liability and to carry out proper duties many people need legal guidance from a qualified professional.

OUR SERVICE TO YOU

  • Advise administrators, executors, and trustees
  • Handle all estate issues after death
  • Solve probate and trust problems

EXAMPLE FROM THE FILE CABINET

jane
Jane has been appointed by the court to be the Personal Representative for her recently deceased sister Mary's estate.  Mary has no relatives except for Jane.  Jane decides to go about this on her own. Jane collect's Mary's mail and notices a few checks that have arrived for Mary and decides to go ahead and cash them.  Later at a court proceeding it is revealed that Jane has been cashing checks without going through the proper procedure. Jane calls Missouri Elder Law Firm so that we can give Jane a precise road-map of how to resolve the problem that she is now experiencing and how to properly execute the rest of her responsibilities.