Estate Administration

The process of administering an estate exists to ensure the lawful collection of assets and payment of debts from a person’s estate prior to any distribution or transfer of property to the estate’s beneficiaries. Estate Administration - explained by the probate division of the DiCello Law Firm Estate Administration - explained by the probate division of the DiCello Law Firm

Download our Legal Guide for Survivors.pdf for additional information developed to help you understand the process.

It Is Important To Have An Experienced Lawyer Administer Your Estate

The person who administers an estate has the responsibility to accurately account for the receipt of assets, or proceeds thereof, as well as to pay the lawful debts of the estate. It is important to have lawyers who understand the process and who have procedures in place to ensure a comprehensive and efficient estate administration.

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The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division Lawyers Are Experienced In Administering Estates

The lawyers at The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division have the requisite knowledge and expertise to help you easily administer any estate, regardless of the many complexities each estate may present. Call The DiCello Law Firm Probate Division today at 440-530-3605 or 888-778-8880 to discuss how our firm can help you with your estate administration responsibilities.

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