Experienced Lawyers To Handle Ohio Probate Matters
Not every death of an estate holder will automatically go through the probate process. However, many families who think they have the legal details covered through a proper last will and testament are surprised to learn that some issues may lead to disputes. Many families also discover that the decedent’s will was no longer valid because of major life changes that occurred over the years, without modifications being made correctly.
For whatever you may be facing via the probate process in Crawford County or anywhere in north central Ohio, you can place your trust in the probate law attorneys at Hottenroth, Garverick, Tilson & Garverick, Co., L.P.A., in Galion. For more than 50 years, our friends and neighbors in our region have been turning to us with confidence to protect their rights and financial interests when a loved one passes.
We can help you with:
- Reviewing the last will and testament and other estate planning documents
- Reviewing the terms of trusts
- Asset inventory and probating the will
- Property and title transfers
- Assisting the executor of the will
- Serving as a family representative
- Contested will dispute resolution and litigation
- Trust disputes and breach of trustee fiduciary duties
- Estate administration, working with creditors, contractors, etc.
“After losing a cherished family member, this should be your time, not the court’s. Dealing with loss is hard enough without having to worry about the estate. There are probably bills to pay and legal obligations that need to be met. Turn your probate and estate administration problems over to us, so you can focus on your family.” Attorney E. Richard Hottenroth
Do You Need A Probate Lawyer? Let Us Review Your Situation At No Cost.
It is understandable that you may have several questions about handling the terms of a will or dealing with the probate process. We will be happy to review your family’s circumstances and give you an honest, clear assessment of how the courts are likely to see things. You have questions; let us answer them so you can have peace of mind.
Call us at 419-468-5044 or send in the email contact form with a brief explanation of your circumstances. We will schedule a time for you to sit down with one of our attorneys as soon as possible.