The demands made upon personal representatives are abundant and can be strenuous. There are court time-lines and specific legal and procedural requirements that a personal representative needs to meet. We have assisted many families through the probate process, providing guidance and support to save them stress and emotional turmoil.
Being a personal representative takes a tremendous toll on people’s lives. In addition to your daily routine of taking care of your household, business, work, family and children, as a personal representative you must also do the same for the deceased. If you do not live in the same area as the deceased, you will need to travel to this area to administer the probate.
Ware, Egtvet & Associates, LLC can help with probate administration by taking care of many local details. We work with attorneys, accountants, appraisers, auctioneers, estate sale individuals, and antique dealers in the area. We contact creditors, pay bills, inventory all assets, inventory real estate, hire appraisers, work through medical bills, handle insurance claims, divide up assets, and everything that is required to move the probate to a close.
We help keep the probate process on track. In some instances, we are court-appointed to handle the process ourselves, so you know you can trust our experience. We have the resources to handle all the necessary requirements to administer a probate smoothly, efficiently, and, above all, cost-effectively. All of our fees are tax deductible to the estate.