probate administration

Probate: Helping the Personal Representative (Executor) Carry Out Legal Duties
The Personal Representative (formally known as Executor) is the individual named in a Last Will responsible for performing a number of tasks necessary to wind up the decedent’s affairs. The probate process begins when the Personal Representative files with the Probate Court and is appointed the estate’s legal representative.

The Personal Representative’s substantial duties include gathering the deceased person’s assets, notifying beneficiaries and creditors, paying the person’s debts, distributing the remaining property to the beneficiaries, and filing all federal and state tax returns for the deceased person and the estate.

Most non-lawyers have neither the time nor the expertise to deal with the complicated probate process. Moreover, even innocent mistakes can be quite costly and time-consuming.

Morana Law provides knowledgeable, compassionate service to help Personal Representatives throughout Boston and surrounding areas manage the numerous (and often surprising) headaches that occur when dealing with probate issues.

Morana Law provides probate services to help grieved love ones manage the sensitive and difficult process of probating an estate.

These services include:
  • Probate Court Filings preparation
  • Inventories and Final Accountings
  • Representation of the Estate and Personal Representative
  • Federal and State Estate Tax preparation
  • Mediation of Family disagreements
  • Collecting and Re-titling estate assets
  • Answering legal questions as they arise in the course of Probate Administration

Contact Us
Morana Law serves Merrimack Valley and the surrounding areas, including Andover, North Andover, Methuen, Haverhill, Dracut, Lawrence, Tewksbury, Billerica, North Reading, Wilmington, Reading, Lowell, Chelmsford, Westford, North Chelmsford, Dunstable, Bedford, Burlington, Boxford and Georgetown.

Email us or call us at 978-409-1990 to schedule a consultation with an Andover probate attorney about your probate concerns.
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