Knowledgeable Representation In Estate Administration Matters

If a loved one has passed away, you are likely feeling an overwhelming sense of grief. To complicate matters, in order to ensure that his or her assets are distributed to their beneficiaries, you must engage in the complex and confusing probate and estate administration process.

Navigating this area of law should be done with an experienced professional at your side. There are several misconceptions involved in probate and estate administration, and the lawyers at Schmidt & Grace Attorneys at Law have more than 60 years of experience helping individuals navigate this confusing territory.

The probate process of transferring assets from the deceased person to the living is required whether or not your loved one had a will. These assets often include:

  • Bank accounts without joint owners or PODs
  • Real estate held only in the decedent's name
  • Vehicles
  • Art
  • Collections
  • Furniture
  • Farm equipment

If your loved one's assets were owned in a living trust, we are prepared to help you work through the trust administration process, an equally complex and often arduous process.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

We are prepared to offer knowledgeable assistance with the processes related to probate, should that occur, clarifying and simplifying the gathering of assets, satisfying the obligations and distributing your bequests to your intended beneficiaries. To speak with one of our estate administration attorneys in Wisconsin Rapids, email us or call us at 715-423-4100.