What To Do When A Loved One Dies
Understanding what steps to take after a loved one dies is important. You will want to avoid completing certain tasks and will need to complete others in a specific order. At the law offices of Burandt, Adamski, Feichthaler & Sanchez, PLLC, in Cape Coral, we will help you resolve the difficult issues that arise after the passing of a relative or close friend.
I’ve been helping families with deceased estate administration and issues that arise after a death for more than 40 years. We will guide you through this difficult time in your life. Contact our law firm for an initial consultation.
Deceased Estate Administration
Our lawyers are familiar with the steps that must be pursued after a loved one dies, including:
- Funeral arrangements
- Filing probate petitions
- Valuing and distributing assets
- Paying debts
- Closing the estate
No matter what probate needs you have, we will help you through them. We can also handle any probate litigation concerns, including contested wills and other issues that may arise.
Guidance From A Death Settlement Lawyer
Many of the probate tasks associated with deceased estate administration can be avoided with proper estate planning. By preparing for your future now, you can assist your family in largely or completely avoiding probate and prevent added heartache after your passing. At our Florida law firm, we will walk you through the different tools and techniques that can be used to properly plan for your future and the future of your family.
Contact A Florida Estate Planning And Deceased Estate Administration Attorney
We have served the estate planning and probate needs of Florida residents for more than 40 years. Call, fax or email us today to set up your initial consultation so we can discuss your pressing legal issue. We return after-hours communications promptly. Initial consults are free to estate planning and administration clients and Spanish interpreters are available.
Many Family Law situations can have a big impact on your future.
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