Uncontested Probate Support

When you are grieving, the last thing you want to have to worry about is the stressful court process known as probate. Losing a loved one is never easy and the strong emotions that come with that are hard enough as is. Then add on all of the financial and legal steps one must take to settle their affairs, and overwhelming is an understatement.

Traditional attorneys are a nightmare to work with. They are usually very hard to get in touch with, not returning your phone call for days or weeks, and they often bill hourly, causing large surprise bills when you do finally get in contact with them! They have bigger fish to fry and more money to make doing other types of litigation.

At Arch Legacy, we understand how frustrating this can be for families. An already stressful court process drags out for months or years because of lack of attention by the attorney you paid to settle your loved ones estate. So let’s fix this.

The idea of probate can be confusing, especially if you have never dealt with it before. In essence, probate is the legal process of dealing with the financial affairs of a person after they have passed away. During probate, if there is a Will, the court can deem it valid, at which point property will be distributed in the manner specified in the Will. Even though setting up a Will takes a small portion of time, having one in place will make probate move forward significantly quicker!

At Arch Legacy, we want to break the precedent that bad attorneys have set. We want to hold your hand through this process and help your family get the estate settled as quickly and efficiently as possible. Please call us for all of your uncontested probate matters.

Trust Administration

Typically, when someone creates a Revocable Living Trust, administration of the estate is much easier and quicker than the probate process. Revocable Living Trusts are the gold standard of estate planning. A living trust creates a straight forward and simple process for your family.

Administering a trust involves overseeing assets for someone else when they are unable to do so themselves. In most cases, this means upon someone’s death. A trust administrator’s goal is to distribute the assets to beneficiaries according to the terms of the trust while complying with state and federal laws. Unlike probate proceedings, trust administration allows for the simple distribution of property to beneficiaries without the court’s involvement. Additional attorney support may not required after an initial consultation, but for some more complex estates Arch Legacy is here to help!

How Can We Help You?

We are here to help make trust administration as easy as possible. Please call us today if you need help administering a Revocable Living Trust.

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