Probate & Trust Administration Services
Probate Administration Services
- Informal Probate
- Formal Probate Proceedings
- Guardianship Appointments
- Conservatorship Appointments
- Small Estates
- Administration of the Estate
- Inheritance Disputes
- Breach of Duty Actions
Trust Administration Services
- Trust Administration
- Distribution Oversight
- Trustee Appointments
- Trust Settlement
- Trustee Representation
Estate Planning is one of the most essential tasks one can complete during their lifetime. However, estate planning documents may fail to achieve their purposes, beneficiaries may fight, or documents may be lost. Additionally, the probate process, probate court and trust administration may be overbearing. Whatever the reason, our probate attorneys are here to assist clients overcome the burdens of opening probate and defending estate assets.
Having a probate attorney to assist with the duties of the fiduciary can provide relief to confusing processes and assist with efficient handling of the estate. Boland Law Group's Arizona probate attorneys are located in both the Scottsdale and Prescott offices and work in Maricopa and Yavapai counties with the probate courts. The assistance of a probate attorney is always recommended to help personal representatives and beneficiaries navigate the probate courts and the probate administration process. Moreover, our AZ probate attorneys offer a range of services varying on how much the individual needs assistance, thus keeping the costs of probate administration manageable.
More and more often individuals and families are preparing revocable living trusts or other forms of trusts as part of their estate planning. Although trust planning provides great advantages, many times family members do not understand the tasks and duties involving these trusts.
These personal representatives quickly learn of legal duties and requirements by law in which they must act and administer the estate or trust. Unbeknownst to these individuals, requesting probate or trust information and working with other parties can be cumbersome and time consuming. Moreover, dealing with other probate and trust attorneys can cause disruptions and confusion while raising the total expenses.
As with many of our legal services, personal representatives have the opportunity to involve our trust or probate attorneys in varying degrees of engagements, thus keeping costs manageable and involving the individuals in the trust administration process. When you need it most, Boland Law Group's experienced trust attorneys provide assistance with the administration of the estates and trusts here in Maricopa County, AZ.