Your Guide To Probate And Trust Settlement
I am Mike Parham, an attorney in Memphis and founder of Parham Estate Law. Many times when people are signing wills and/or trusts they ask me, “Will my family be able to call on you when this goes into effect?”. The answer, of course, is yes. When it comes to probate and trust settlement, I will want to meet with you to gather all of the important information, get a grasp on your family’s needs and desires, and discuss the preliminary aspects of this process. To schedule a consultation at my law office in Tennessee, call 901-755-0199.
Settling Living Trusts
If drafted and funded properly, a living or revocable trust can help minimize the need for probate. A living trust will allow for the transfer from any person, entity or trust to any other person, entity or trust. However, some administrative processes, such as the filing of tax returns, will still be required. I can help guide you through this process step by step.
The Probate Process
If a loved one passes on without having a comprehensive estate plan in place, the estate will have to pass through probate. I understand that probate administration often takes place during a time of grief and mourning, and that the executor is tasked with a heavy burden at a difficult time. I do my best to help make this process as painless as possible, which I do by always making myself available to answer your questions and provide you with the experienced guidance you need.
Contact A Lawyer For All Of Your Estate Administration Needs
You do not have to work through the estate administration process on your own. To learn more about how I can help you and your family, please call 901-755-0199 or contact me online to schedule an initial consultation.