Losing a loved one can be incredibly painful. The confusion and stress involved in dealing with a will that has entered probate only adds to that pain. In addition to the costs and inconvenience of attending court hearings, probate can take over a year or more before all debts are paid and distributions made to heirs. Having a compassionate attorney who has experience handling Massachusetts probate code issues at your side makes this process go as smoothly as possible. Whether you are challenging a will as a potential beneficiary or are acting as executor, David G. Carlson, Attorney at Law, can assist you in every aspect of your probate case. We help clients differentiate between probate and non-probate estate property and assist executors and administrators in fulfilling their duties.
Massachusetts probate attorney David G. Carlson knows how difficult it can be dealing with probate concerns while still experiencing grief from the loss of a loved one. Our law firm makes the process easier by providing assistance with various probate needs including:
Properly handling probate issues ensures that the wishes of the decedent are carried out and provides beneficiaries with the property they are entitled to. Springfield estate planning attorney David G. Carlson has almost three decades of experience dealing with Massachusetts probate law and code. The combined experience and knowledge of our legal team helps us make the probate process move forward as smoothly and efficiently as possible. You can count on us to help ensure all of your needs are met and legal issues are resolved.
Probate administration can be time consuming and difficult to deal with due to the emotion involved when a loved one passes away. Whether you are challenging a will or seeking to avoid probate altogether, the East Longmeadow office of David G. Carlson, Attorney at Law, serves Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut residents with all their probate and estate needs. We provide you with someone you can trust when handling your property or the property of a loved one. Contact us today for a free initial consultation and we will set up an appointment to determine your next move going forward.