We Can Help You Get Through The Probate Process
If you are an administrator or executor for a loved one’s estate (which can happen when there was no will or trust, only a will, or the trust was not properly funded), you will find that there may be little time to think about and emotionally cope with the loss that you and your family have endured. That is because you will quickly face the reality of the often-complex probate process. If you are unprepared, you may not even realize when you are making a crucial mistake or omission.
At The Law Firm of Kavesh, Minor & Otis, Inc., our lawyers can help you get through this often-frustrating process while working to minimize your anxiety. Our law firm is known throughout Southern California for crafting estate plans that helps our clients and their loved ones avoid probate, but if your loved one’s plan was drawn up by another firm, we will be happy to represent you in this process.
We Will Address Every Detail
Led by founding attorney Phil Kavesh, our law firm has handled more than 4,000 administrations of estates after a death. Our team will be able to help you properly pay creditors, distribute assets, fund trusts for beneficiaries and modify a trust when necessary.
“My father died more than three years ago. His estate is still going through probate with another law firm, and we’ve been told it’ll take at least another year. This whole process has put an excessive amount of emotional and financial strain on my family. I would never wish this nightmare on my own children. When I heard of the Living Trust, I had Kavesh, Minor & Otis create one for me right away.” – Mary D.
Do You Already Have A Plan? We Can Still Help!
Many people think they have an estate plan that properly distributes their assets to the right people at the right time. However, estate plans that cut corners can lead to an endless probate process or even expensive litigation.
Even if you already have an estate plan, we invite you to attend one of our free seminars to hear from experienced estate planners about the issues you need to be thinking about or review. We can then help you determine if you should revise or update your plan to better carry out your wishes and protect your loved ones.