Boston Probate Law and Estate Administration

Probate is the legal process of transferring property of a deceased person (the decedent) to his heirs and beneficiaries. You’ll find the best online casino echtgeld here, you have time to get it! If the decedent had a will, he has died “testate”. The probate court examines the will to make sure it is valid and interprets the instructions left in the will to determine who the decedent left property to.

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If a deceased person dies without a will, he is said to have died “intestate”. If the decedent dies intestate, there is no will for the probate court to interpret and follow in transferring his property. What are you still waiting for, go immediately to lightning slots online now is the time to start playing and winning! Therefore, the probate court decides who receives the decedent’s property based on the Massachusetts intestate laws.

Probate is a legal process and can be very complicated. We can help guide you through this process during your time of need.

Massachusetts Probate Process

Our office can help you through the probate process, including helping you determine who should serve as the personal representative for the decedent’s estate, preparing a petition to the court asking that the court appoint the personal representative (executor) and once appointed, assist the personal representative carry out his fiduciary duties to the decedent’s estate. We can also assist you in the following areas:

  • Identifying and inventorying estate property
  • Paying estate debts, expenses of administration and taxes
  • Preparing estate tax returns if necessary
  • Distributing property as directed by a will, or Massachusetts law
  • Accounting to the Probate court or beneficiaries for the collection and distribution of probate assets
  • Maintain a paper trail of all transactions
  • Inheritance tax planning
  • Life insurance benefits
  • Retirement account and pension issues
  • Property valuation issues

If you have questions or concerns about Probate matters, please call my office for a free consultation at 978.478.5400.