Proving Guidance During The Probate And Estate Administration Process

A Lawyer Taking A Realistic Approach To Your Concerns

There are many questions that may arise after a loved one passes away. What role does the executor of the estate play? Can the executor take more than his or her fair share? What will happen to the family house? How long will all of this take? These are some of the common questions brought to Steven F. Mann, Attorney at Law.

At my Waltham law firm, I understand the complexities of the probate process in Massachusetts. I also know that emotions can run high and that there may be many personalities involved with an estate. Rest assured that when we are working together, I will carefully listen to your concerns and address matters in a realistic and practical manner.

How Does The Probate Process Work In Massachusetts?

How to handle the probate and estate administration process will largely depend on whether or not a loved one had estate plans in place. If an executor was not named in an estate, I will explain the process and responsibilities, and make sure everyone understands all implications before moving forward.

I am also an experienced tax law attorney. This means I will properly address any estate tax questions or concerns that may arise along the way.

Understanding The Complexities Of Probate And Estate Administration

Just like with estate planning, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to the probate and estate administration process. Whether I previously put your estate plans together, or this is the first time we are meeting, know that I have more than 25 years of experience handling these types of cases.

Call my law firm at 781-890-8228 to schedule a consultation or fill out my online contact form. I will respond promptly to your inquiry. Weekend and evening appointments are available, and I can meet with you off-site.