Do I need an attorney to administer an estate?

Whether or not to hire an attorney to help you administer the estate of a loved one is a personal choice. There are many important tasks that must be completed by someone who is named as the Executor in a decedent’s Will, including getting appointed to serve, giving the required notices to beneficiaries, charities, and creditors, paying inheritance tax, identifying assets and paying debts, distributing property, and closing the estate. The attorneys and staff at Family First Estate Services can assist you with very step in this process.

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