Orange County Estate Administration

How a Probate Attorney Can Help

In the probate process, estate administration is conducted by the person responsible for the decedent's finances and property. This person could have been predesignated by the decedent in their will or trust, or they may be designated by the court after the individual's death. If you are in need of a skilled estate administrator to handle your loved one's estate after they have passed, an Orange County probate lawyer from Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC can help.

Estate administration involves discovering the entirety of the decedent's assets and properties, paying off their debts, and distributing the remaining money and property to the surviving relatives and loved ones according to the decedent's will. At Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC, our goal is to help you through the probate process as quickly and painlessly as possible. This means that we will do everything possible to avoid estate litigation; however, we are also experienced in estate litigation and can provide excellent representation should it become necessary. Our lawyers have a thorough understanding of California probate laws and can provide trustworthy and respectful estate administration services. Contact our offices today to discuss your options if you are facing probate.

Speak with an Estate Planning Lawyer Near You

Mortensen & Reinheimer, PC is dedicated to helping you through probate, which is a long and arduous process. Estate administration must be conducted by a fair and responsible party, which is why we encourage you to contact our professional corporation. We have built a strong and upstanding reputation, which we strive to maintain through everything we do. Our lawyers focus on the details and are skilled in finding creative solutions for any probate-related issue.

Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you.

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