Dealing with Death
Dealing with the Death of a Loved One: Trust Administration or Probate
When a loved one passes away, it is a great comfort to know that your family is in the hands of a trusted advisor. Whether you need help with a Probate or a Trust Administration, we at Morgan Law Group will provide the care and legal guidance a family needs to get through this difficult time.
After the death of a loved one, it is hard to know where to start. There are many emotions and it is difficult to think clearly; and every family faces its own unique set of challenges. More than ever, you need a lawyer that you are not only comfortable with, but one who will come alongside you with compassion and sensitivity.
Legally, there are many things that must be done. We hold a preliminary meeting to gather all of the pertinent information and explain the process ahead. Through our conversation we come to understand your family dynamics, your needs and desires. Based on what we learn in these conversations, we outline our recommendations, including all fees, deadlines, and responsibilities.
Morgan Law Group is experienced at administering estates, trusts, wills, probate and more. We work with the family and the other advisors to transfer assets as quickly as possible, resolve outstanding issues, and ensure that all legal requirements are satisfied within the legal deadlines. You can rely on a calm and experienced advisor who will ease the stress and confusion and navigate all of the legal requirements with you.
We also realize that grieving families are not at their best. The heightened emotions and stress during this time often threatens to pull them apart. Recognizing this, we work to help keep families together when they need each other the most.
Has a loved one passed away? Request our Free Brochure, “The Seven Steps To Take Immediately After the Loss of a Loved One,” which is a quick reference to help you understand the seven steps you should take immediately. Click here or contact us and your brochure will be mailed to you within 48 hours.
Have you have been named an Executor of a Will or a Trustee of someone’s Trust? Request our Free Guide, available for immediate download here. Inside our “Executor and Trustee Protection Guide” you’ll discover the 6 Painful Mistakes Commonly Made by Executors and Trustees, How to Choose the Right Attorney and our 25-point Checklist For Handling a Simple Estate in California.