Experienced Advice About Probate And Trust Administration

probate and trust administration lawyersAfter the death of a loved one, family members may face a difficult grieving period. During this time, it can be stressful to address the legal details of finalizing your loved one’s affairs. If there was a will, how do you legally transfer the assets? What if there is a trust — who ensures that beneficiaries receive payment? And what if the estate must go through probate — how do you navigate this complex legal process?

Helping You Finalize Your Family Member’s Affairs

At The Elder & Disability Advocacy Firm of Christine A. Alsop, LLC, we can help you address all of these important questions. Our St. Louis probate lawyers have a dedicated focus on estate matters and have helped a significant number of people address issues in probate and trust administration.

When someone dies, the estate may need to be administered to ensure that wealth is transferred to the appropriate people. This can be done through probate, trusts or titling of assets. Our law firm can advise on all aspects of these processes, including validating wills and trusts, identifying heirs, inventorying the assets and payment of debts and taxes. As your legal counsel, we will help ensure that your estate administration matter is handled efficiently for the benefit of all survivors.

Compassionate Service When You Need It The Most

When you work with our law firm, we understand that this is an emotional time for you and your family. We provide compassionate service as we address your legal matter and work to make the processes as stress-free as possible.

Contact Our Trust Administration Lawyers In St. Louis, Missouri

The Elder & Disability Advocacy Firm of Christine A. Alsop, LLC, offers sound advice about probate and trust administration, based on years of experience. Contact our probate attorneys online, or call us at 314-644-3200, to discuss your particular situation.

In the maze of confusion, there is a solution.