if you have specific questions or would like to schedule an appointment.
When a family member or friend dies, it can be a stressful time for all involved. We can help ease this burden by:
- explaining procedures in clear, understandable language
- preparing Court documents to begin a Probate
- discussing low-cost alternatives to Probate
- coordinating with accountants, appraisers, trustees, property managers, real estate agents, and other experts
- corresponding with heirs, government agencies, creditors, and other third parties
- tracking the status of Court files and obtaining Court documents
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Fees and Costs
All work is billed at an hourly rate, depending on the type of case and the attorney responsible. An advance fee deposit (sometimes called a retainer) may be required. The deposit amount varies from case to case. One of our attorneys can provide you with more information. After your initial meeting, our attorneys can also help you determine a budget for your case.
For your convenience, we accept both Visa and MasterCard. We will discuss additional details regarding fees with you on the telephone. We are generally unable to accept cases on a contingency basis.