Whether you’ve drafted a will or not, your family will need to consult with a probate attorney to settle your debts and distribute your assets when you pass on. A probate lawyer, also known as an estate lawyer or trust lawyer, helps those who are involved with managing your estate work through the probate process with ease. Probate attorneys can work with you to draft a will or living trust, provide guidance on powers of attorney, and also serve as an executor of your estate if you so wish. The attorneys at Williams Starbuck serve as probate lawyers for clients throughout Las Vegas, Nevada, and the surrounding areas and are here to provide assistance with all aspects of the probate process.
When to Call a Probate Attorney
Understanding the probate process can be challenging and especially during the distressing time when a loved one has passed on. You need an experienced and professional probate attorney by your side to advise an executor of the estate about all legal matters or, in the event you don’t have a will, ensure your estate is distributed according to the intestacy laws of Nevada, or the state where the property is located. Mr. Williams and Mr. Starbuck have extensive experience walking clients through the probate process and providing assistance to executors of an estate.
You may need help from a probate attorney when a loved one has passed on without a will, or when a loved one has passed on with a will and you are an executor or beneficiary. In either case, it’s in your best interest to work with an experienced probate lawyer who can guide you through the probate process effectively.
Contact Williams Starbuck
Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, Williams Starbuck provide legal advice and representation in several practice areas, including probate, wills, trusts, and estate planning. They have extensive experience working with clients who have power of attorney, are executors of an estate, and with those who are interested in drafting a will. They are knowledgeable about all Nevada state laws and are here to guide clients through an often complicated probate process. Whether you’re responsible for managing an estate on behalf of the deceased or interested in creating a will to identify beneficiaries of your estate, you need to work with an experienced probate attorney.
Turn to the experienced probate lawyers at Williams Starbuck for legal advice, guidance, and support every step of the way. Call for your free consultation today.