Estate Administration and Probate
During this difficult time, our attorneys prepare the documents necessary to open the estate, and aid the personal representative in the inventory of the assets of the estate, the distribution and sale of the assets, often including the family home, and the administrative accounting to the Orphans’ Court. In the event of litigation of claims, our attorneys are experienced in representing the personal representative before the Orphans’ Count.
What is Probate? In simple terms, probate is the execution of a will. If a person died intestate, without a will, probate distributions are made in accordance with the Maryland laws. Our estate planning and probate attorneys provide quality, professional service to a diverse clientele. Our attorneys take the time to understand the personal goals of our clients in order to create individually-tailored solutions.
Our experience includes:
- Administrative and Judicial probate
- Ancillary probate
- Administration of estates and trusts