Wills, Trusts And Probate

Our attorneys at Weber Law Group, PLLC draft wills, trusts, powers of attorney and living wills, medical directives, and the like. We also engage in estate and trust litigation, including probate proceedings. With the landscape always changing, our attorneys are vigilant to remain ahead of the curve, attentive to your individual planning goals, and sensitive to your situation. If your loved ones' estate is not in order, it is the heirs and beneficiaries that are left to pick up the pieces. It is much more cost effective to be proactive and get your estate plan completed or updated today. We recommend that you consult with one of our attorneys to discuss what estate planning tools are best for you.

Trust Administration

Administering a trust is a big responsibility. As trustee you are responsible for managing all trust property and finances for the benefit of the trust's beneficiaries. This includes all trust accounting and tax preparation as well as distributing trust property according to the trust's terms. At Weber Law Group, PLLC, we can assist you with all aspects of trust administration. Our lawyers will provide as much assistance as you need to fulfill your fiduciary duties as trustee.

Probate

Probate is a legal process that no one should have to endure. It is the process wherein the estate of a deceased person is administered and distributed. Because of the court-supervised nature of probate, the process typically takes several months (and may take years to complete), and the cost associated with probate is equally unpredictable. At Weber Law Group, PLLC, we advise our clients to mitigate and possibly avoid probate altogether through the creation of a trust. Our attorneys have in-depth experience creating different types of trusts to suit the needs of our clients.

In the event probate is necessary, we try to make sense of a sometimes difficult and cumbersome process. If you or someone you know is without an estate plan, we can help you get through probate depending on the nature of the estate and the possibility of disputes among the heirs.