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Experienced Guidance Through The Steps Of Probate

If you have recently lost a loved one, the thought of navigating the complicated probate process is not very appealing. Our probate attorneys in Talbot County understand what you are feeling, as they have assisted hundreds of people in the same situation. You can rely on the team at Hollis, Cronan & Fronk, P.A. to skillfully handle every detail of probate so you can concentrate on mourning your loved one and moving on with your life. With more than 70 combined years of experience, our lawyers understand the local and state administrative procedures inside and out.

Probate In Maryland: What To Know

Probate involves several steps, including:

  1. Determining the validity of the will
  2. Transferring the titles of a deceased person’s property
  3. Repaying outstanding debts
  4. Distributing property and other assets

These tasks often fall to the executor or personal representative to handle on their own. Fortunately, you do not have to act alone if you are responsible for them. You can turn to our attorneys, who will take care of the administrative proceedings and help you understand the law.

Cost-Effective Resolutions To Estate Disputes

Whether it involves a will contest, breach of fiduciary duty, elder abuse or another serious allegation, a dispute can quickly drain the limited resources of the decedent’s estate. Our team is effective in mediation, negotiation and litigation to resolve complex estate and trust contests. We strive to wrap matters up as cost-efficiently as possible to preserve the estate’s remaining assets for the beneficiaries.

Seek Our Probate Law Guidance Today

When you need probate lawyers who care deeply about you and your family and can represent you skillfully, our team at Hollis, Cronan & Fronk, P.A. is ready to serve you. Schedule your initial consultation with our Easton office today – call 410-862-8900 or send us an email to begin.