Having to handle all the legal details of a loved one’s estate after they have passed away can be an overwhelming task. Experiencing a personal loss is difficult enough. Having the responsibility of making arrangements and attending to the probate process can add more stress and uncertainty to your life as the executor of the estate. Probate can be a complicated process, depending on the specifics of the estate involved. Having an experienced attorney on your side to help you with all facets of estate administration can be invaluable.
Gump, Deal & Hirth takes pride in dealing with all probate matters for Ohioans in our region. Our attorneys can help executors navigate the probate process, represent heirs, beneficiaries, or other interested parties in probate disputes, and can help you with guardianships, name changes, adoption matters, and your own estate planning. We have a long track record of providing probate and estate assistance to clients in the area extending back to 1978. Whatever your estate needs may be, our firm is here to help you resolve them effectively.
Schedule a free initial consultation with a Montgomery County probate attorney. You can reach us online or at (937) 888-3246 to get started.
Gump, Deal & Hirth also provides legal guidance with estate planning to protect your legacy and your loved ones. Many legal tools can be used to accomplish this which can help you avoid probate, minimize tax consequences, and protect you financially, medically, and in other ways.
Estate plans can include:
- Wills. These set forth the property you wish to pass on, name an executor to manage the administration of your will, name your heirs and beneficiaries and provide instructions for the distribution of their inheritances and benefits.
- Trusts. These are separate legal entities into which you convey property and assets to be managed by your named trustee(s) for the benefit of your beneficiaries. Trusts have many purposes and arrangements, depending on your needs and goals.
- Powers of Attorney. These authorize a trusted person to act on your behalf over financial or life matters when you cannot.
- Living Wills. These name a trusted person to specify the type of health care you want or do not want when you have become terminally ill or injured and cannot make your wishes known.
If you need assistance with probate or any aspect of estate planning, you can count on the diligence and dedication of our knowledgeable and experienced team.
Contact us at (937) 888-3246 today.
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