Losing a Loved One and Hiring Legal Counsel
When a loved one passes away, the last thing most people want to do is handle legal issues of their loved one’s estate. It can be a daunting and confusing process in the midst of grieving. Besides legal issues, there are persons to notify, memorial service arrangements to be made, bills to be paid, and strained family relationships to manage. We’re here to help. Contact our Father-Daughter Illinois Probate & Estate Attorneys today at (630) 575-0400.
Are You Facing these Legal Questions?
What valuables or assets did my loved one own?
Who gets to Inherit?
Was there a Will?
How do I collect those Assets?
Who has the right to collect assets?
Can creditors come after the estate?
Are there any outstanding debts to pay off?
How do I sell assets which can’t be liquidated?
There is no will. Does the State direct who gets to inherit?
How do I answer my family’s questions?
Do I have to give anyone a copy of the Last Will or Trust?
Will I have to go to Probate Court?
Were beneficiaries named?
Who else owned the Asset? A Joint Tenant? A business partner? A trust?
We are here to answer your questions. We can guide you through the confusing financial and legal maze during your time of grief and loss. Our Illinois Probate Attorneys have helped numerous widows, widowers, children, and other family members to handle the estate of a loved one who has passed away. We find it rewarding to assist others during a trying time.
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