We want to keep attorneys and customers updated and informed about what is happening in the "world of probate" (so to speak). Probate is unique to real estate due to its detailed set of stringent rules that only affect probate. In addition, these rules are different state by state, so simply handling the additional red tape for probate transactions can become a second job.
On this page, we have curated a selection of videos that should help you understand your next steps in this difficult time. We also have our FAQ page where you can find answers to many of the questions that will help you be anticipate any further questions on which you may need to consult an attorney.
What is probate?
First, learn the basics. Probate is the legal process whereby a will is “proved” in a court and accepted as a valid public document that is the true last testament of the deceased.
probate attorneys do?
Probate Attorneys specialize in the legal process that applies in transferring a person’s property after their death. Here’s more information.
Can probate be avoided?
While we love to serve our customers in the probate process, the truth is that liquidating the assets of our deceased loved ones can sometimes be avoided and made possible through the regular real estate channels.