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A Trusted Legal Resource In Estate Administration And Probate Matters

The death of a loved one is an end, but it is also a beginning. The process of wrapping up a decedent’s estate and final obligations can be lengthy and complex. To ensure accuracy and peace of mind, it is best to work with an experienced attorney like those at Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc..

We Can Often Simplify Or Even Prevent Probate

The transfer of assets to your heirs through the probate process is often the least convenient, most costly option available. The process of a court determining the validity of a decedent’s will and overseeing completion of the deceased’s wishes is inefficient and slow.

Most probate issues can be avoided with the kind of thorough estate planning we recommend. Unfortunately, however, probate is sometimes unavoidable. In such cases, you can count on our attorneys to guide you through the process as quickly and efficiently as possible. We handle most of the work ourselves, leaving you free to focus on other matters.

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Knowledgeable Guidance In Estate Administration

When a loved one dies, his or her estate must be collected, managed and distributed. Typically, people leave both probate and non-probate assets, and each requires a different legal process to transfer ownership.

Our attorneys are experienced estate administration professionals ready to handle all types of estate law cases. With an intense client focus, our team will manage each step of the process, from gathering the assets of the estate to paying the decedent’s debts and distributing the assets that remain in the estate.

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Talk To An Experienced Attorney In An Initial Consultation

Whether you have questions about probate or estate administration, the outstanding lawyers at Kathryn T. Joseph & Associates, Inc. can arrange to sit down and chat with you about your unique legal needs. We have 25 years of experience helping our Ohio clients with their estate law concerns. We look forward to meeting you during your initial consultation.

To get started, call our office in Cleveland at 216-245-0504 or send us an email.