The death of a loved one can be devastating, but if you're a close relative who stands to inherit, grief isn't the only thing you may have to worry about. If the decedent named you as estate executor in their Will, you were appointed by the court as administrator in the absence of a Will, or you're concerned about relatives trying to rush in and claim property or assets that were left to you (or you believe were intended for you), you're in for a long and complicated legal process.
Fortunately, you don't have to risk tackling the probate or estate administration processes on your own. At Landskind & Ricaforte Law Group, P.C., our compassionate and empathetic New York attorneys have the knowledge and skill necessary to help you navigate the legal system and emerge unscathed.
We Wrote the Book on New York Probate and Estate Administration
Our accomplished attorneys and estate administration professionals have witnessed firsthand just how frustrating and confusing it can be for executors and administrators to try to wind down their loved one's life and handle the legal ramifications that follow. We wrote Probate and Administration of New York Estates: A Guide for Executors and Heirs to provide you with the information you need to develop a basic grasp of these topics and understand the value of seasoned legal representation. Learn:
- What steps to take when a loved one dies;
- How to start the probate or estate administration processes;
- Which assets have to be probated and which don't;
- What you have to do to access estate assets after a loved one's death;
- The basic steps of probate and administration;
- The duties of an executor or administrator;
- And much, much more.
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