Do You Need A Probate Lawyer?
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Do You Need A Probate Lawyer?

Find Out Now

Probate Law Explained

Probate is a court process which involves collecting a decedent's assets, notifying creditors, paying liabilities, and distributing the remaining assets to heirs. We work to guide executors and administrators through the probate process and the administration of a decedent's estate.

How Can We Help You

  • Estate Administration

    We will assist in the administration of the estates for those whose loved ones have passed away with or without a will.
  • Beneficiary Representation

    We will represent those individuals who are beneficiaries of a Will or a Trust and/or heir of an estate in which the decedent passed away without a Will or Trust and want to be sure that the executor/personal representative of the estate or Trustee of the Trust is fulfilling their fiduciary obligations.

    We will also help beneficiaries and/or heirs in the potential removal of executors and or trustees in the event that they are not complying with their fiduciary obligations.
  • Executor Representation

    We will assist those individuals who have been appointed as executor/personal representative of a loved ones Will. We will also assist those individuals who desire to be the executor/personal representative of their loved ones estate who passed without a Will.
  • Avoiding Probate

    We can help you and your lovd ones avoid the probate process, if appropriate, through the creation of a proper estate plan.
  • Guardianship

    We can also help you help those loved ones who can no longer care for themselves through obtaining a guardianship, if appropriate.

Need more information?
Call 305-299-7496 and talk with Yanitza today!

 

Yanitza Schoonover

Yanitza Schoonover is an attorney who focuses her practice on probate administration, probate litigation and estate planning matters.

Yanitza has experience handling all aspects of probate and estate planning including preparing wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, living wills, designation of health surrogate, and deeds. She is committed to helping families navigate through the difficult process of collecting and distributing the assets of those who have passed.