Upon an individual’s death or disability, his or her estate plan (whether a Will or Trust) will need to be administered or “settled”. Effective and experienced legal assistance will ensure that the process will be smooth.
In the event that the probate process is necessary to administer the terms of a will or to initiate a guardianship, our attorneys have over 35 years of experience working with the New Hampshire Probate Courts. We provide caring assistance to you and your family at those difficult times, and handle the multitude of details and court requirements by efficient and effective means. Education and communication with your family, as well as friendly and prompt assistance are important.
It trusts are used as the means for estate planning, many families are surprised to find that there is an administrative process required to assure that the instructions in the trust are properly followed. Properly drafted trusts will, however, be generally easier and quicker to administer than wills. As attorneys who advocate the use of trusts in property estate planning, we use our knowledge and experience to assist families in the implementation of effective tax and distribution planning. Our staff is well trained and always available to you.