Guidance In Estate Distribution After Familial Loss
Losing a loved one can take an emotional toll on your family. While you grieve you must also address the financial dealings of the deceased. Instead of taking on the full responsibility of administering the estate, rely on our attorney at Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, for practical legal guidance.
We have helped families navigate the probate process through multiple generations. We can help you overcome the unique challenges that arise in estate administration. We will provide you with straightforward advice and act in your best interest.
Dividing An Estate Can Be Complex
If a loved one dies without a will, known as dying intestate, the surviving members of the family will have to follow the Washington laws. The laws in place dictate how the state will split the estate. If your loved one has a will, you will have to prove that the will is valid. In addition, an executor will need to act in the best interest of the deceased.
Having a lawyer to represent your interests in your loved one’s estate throughout the probate process will be beneficial for your family. Our firm will provide practical advice that will be proactive in resolving disputes.
Resolving Family Disputes For Nearly 30 Years
Whether your loved one had a will or did not have a will, we can guide you through probate. At Gregg E. Bradshaw, LLC, we provide effective advice in all family legal situations. We are committed to helping your reach the legal outcome that upholds your loved one’s wishes.