Estate administration refers to the court-supervised process of managing and distributing a deceased person’s estate, also known as probate. It can also include a trustee’s distribution of trust assets after the death of the trust’s creator. Estate administration can be a complex process, especially for executors and trustees who are unfamiliar with it. Grieving a deceased family member can make the process even more overwhelming.
Fortunately, you don’t have to navigate this challenging process by yourself. At Southpark Family Law, our attorneys are here to listen and guide you during this difficult time.
Our dedicated team helps both individuals and corporate fiduciaries who need assistance with administering estates and trusts. Our attorneys will be with you every step of the way to ensure that you can confidently fulfill your duties and that the process moves efficiently and without needless delay. We will provide you with the support you need to successfully address all matters relating to the estate, from creating an inventory of estate assets to dealing with creditors and making distributions to beneficiaries and heirs.
Our attorneys will work side by side with you to help you meet all of your obligations regarding the trust or estate. We recognize how difficult it can be to navigate estate administration and are here to support you through the process with compassion, empathy, and respect.
If you have questions about estate administration in North Carolina, we invite you to contact Southpark Family Law to schedule a consultation.