New Hampshire’s Trusted Estate & Probate Attorneys
Get Dependable Legal Advice and Guidance for All Your Questions about Wills, Trusts, Guardianships, Advance Directives, Powers of Attorney, and Estates from the lawyers at Borofsky, Amodeo-Vickery, & Bandazian, P.A., providing tailored solutions for thousands of clients in the Manchester, New Hampshire Region.
Probate Made Simple
Are you someone who needs help with probate? Perhaps, you’re wondering how to avoid probate? Maybe, you just want to protect your assets and make sure your intentions are carried out efficiently.
Nowadays, a wide variety of legal services and tools fit under the “estate” or “probate” umbrella; and a variety of documents can be selected or combined to provide streamlined, fine-tuned execution of your intentions including:
- Living (inter vivos) Trusts
- Title or Contractual Designations
- Advance Directives
- Living Wills
- Powers of Attorney
We understand that our clients are individuals with a wide spectrum of family and estate planning concerns. That’s why we offer varied services and personalized advice that is tailored to your circumstances and your objectives.
Our estate planning lawyers have years of experience helping all kinds of clients through the probate administration process. We want to do the same for you. We will be with you every step of the way, addressing each of your concerns and ensuring that your interests are always put first.
Get in touch with us today for a one-on-one consultation with an experienced probate lawyer.
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What Is Probate?
Traditionally, probate is the formal court process through which estate assets are gathered and managed, taxes and debts are paid, and the estate is distributed under the supervision of the probate court. In addition to dealing with the assets of the deceased, court proceedings can involve the administration and care of children or individuals who are physically or mentally incapacitated.
Not all situations warrant the full, formal probate process from beginning to end. There are expedited procedures available – Waiver of Administration procedures for common family situations, and Summary Administration procedures to efficiently conclude estate administration. An estate may qualify for one or both of these expedited and less costly procedures through careful planning – planning that may include use of trusts, transfers, or beneficiary designations that by-pass probate processes.
There are situations when court supervision can be beneficial or advisable in the administration of an estate. Formal probate is often required in complex family situations, when there are substantial assets, or by default. As the adage goes, “making no decision is, in itself, a decision.”
Our estate lawyers have years of experience helping all kinds of clients through the probate administration process.
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Want to learn more about using probate and estate laws to carry out your intentions if you become incapacitated or at the end of life? Please call us today at (603) 625 6441, or use the form on the right to schedule a consultation with an experienced probate attorney in Manchester, New Hampshire today!