Probate Lawyer in Massachusetts & NH
Massachusetts and New Hampshire probate law is essentially the legal means of giving authority to a party to distribute assets, pay taxes, and pay debts related to the estate of a loved one. When someone dies, even if there is a will, the probate courts appoint a personal representative. If you have been appointed personal representative for the estate of a loved one, having a Massachusetts probate lawyer by your side is advisable. The law firm of George C. Malonis is your source for any and all probate matters. Attorney Malonis is highly experienced in wills, living wills, health care proxy & trust laws in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
While any assets owned with a spouse are not factored in to probate court, any assets in the name of the deceased only need to be considered part of probate before distribution or payment of debts can take place. The personal representative appointed has a number of responsibilities including:
- Completing a collection of and inventory of assets considered part of probate
- Safeguarding the collection of assets
- Paying off any debts or taxes owed by the estate
- Distributing the assets or property
Effective Probate Representation
When you have the assistance and guidance of a skilled and knowledgeable Massachusetts and New Hampshire probate lawyer from the law firm of George C. Malonis in your corner, the entire probate process can be streamlined and handled as efficiently as possible. Whether there is a will in place or not, families left behind have many decisions and responsibilities ahead of them before the estate can be considered settled and family members can move on. Because of the nature of the situation, it can also be a very overwhelming and emotional process, even with all of the legal processes involved. When you turn to George C. Malonis to support and advise you through the entire Massachusetts and New Hampshire probate law process, you can count on comprehensive and timely representation to resolve all of your probate law needs.
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