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Compassionate Assistance With Probate And Estate Administration

After the death of a loved one, appointed executors or family members must take care of administering their estate. In most cases, the estate will pass through probate, a formal process during which the Minnesota court determines what happens to the deceased’s assets and debts. This process can be tedious, and a simple mistake can have significant repercussions.

Our experienced estate planning attorney Steve Rolsch can assume this responsibility on your behalf. We ensure that all tasks are completed correctly and on time to avoid problems. Steve has been guiding clients through this process since 1984. He can answer questions and assist you with all your probate and estate planning needs.

Understanding The Probate Process

Probate and administering an estate can be confusing and overwhelming after the death of a loved one. While we can take care of all tasks on your behalf, we are happy to explain the process so you feel confident with our representation and actions.

In general, most assets go through probate, except those that are jointly-owned, held in a trust, life insurance policies or gifted-assets. Jointly-owned property will pass to the co-owner, and the trust holds the assets, not the deceased. We will carefully evaluate and categorize all property so that it is properly managed and distributed through the proper channels.

Contact Us For Thorough Assistance

Estate administration is a detailed process. Our thorough legal team will make sure that everything is taken care of efficiently and effectively.

Contact Rolsch Law Offices for more information about our legal services and estate planning services by calling us at 507-280-1943 today, or 800-356-1943 toll-free. You may also contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.

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