In the event of a loved one’s death, are you prepared for what you need to do — and what you need to know – regarding his or her assets? For those facing a death of a loved one who died without a will, what happens next?
What is Estate Administration?
Estate Administration is defined as the process of managing and distributing a person’s property (or “estate”) after death. This usually involves the collection of decedent’s assets, the payment of debts and claims against him and the distribution of the remainder of the estate among those entitled.
Why do I Need Legal Counsel Surrounding Estate Administration?
Experienced Elder Care attorneys can work closely with surviving family members to address their needs and concerns and to counsel fiduciaries in how best to manage a decedent’s assets. Working closely with an Elder Care attorney can help you navigate the complexities of Estate Administration after a loved one’s death and Elder Care attorneys provide valuable advice and representation on Federal and New York State estate, gift and income issues that affect the Estate or Trust, its beneficiaries and fiduciaries.
Why CGMB Long Island Elder Law?
The Team at CGMB Long Island Elder Law has extensive experience in all aspects of Estate Administration, from probate through the final accounting of a decedent’s Estate. We are uniquely positioned to provide our clients with practical and effective advice. This comes from years of experience of assisting families like yours in traversing the often confusing world of Estate Administration. We stand ready to provide you with the confidence and support necessary to handle even the most complex Estate.
Call us today to put the experience of our seasoned, and compassionate, Elder Law attorneys to work for you during what we know is a difficult time. Whatever your needs, whether Estate Administration, Estate Litigation or Probate, our attorneys will work closely with you to ensure that your matter is handled with the highest level of integrity and professionalism.