Taking Care Of Estate Administration
It’s always tough emotionally when a close family member dies. You also have to be prepared, however, for all of the many practical details involved in taking care of the person’s final affairs.
At Watts Law Group PLLC, we can help you take the actions needed to make that happen, in ways that respect the values and feelings involved. Our attorneys have a combined 40 years of experience to draw upon in guiding you through your particular situation.
Call 800-639-7671 to arrange a meeting with a trusted attorney. From offices in Shallotte, Leland and Myrtle Beach, we serve clients in both North and South Carolina.
What Steps Are Needed Now To Settle Your Family’s Estate?
The steps needed to settle an estate depend greatly on your circumstances. It’s important to know whether there is a valid will and what type of trust arrangements, if any, may have been used to avoid probate.
Our law firm has a comprehensive practice with experience in the full range of issues, including:
- Verifying the validity of a will and handling any will contests
- Identifying or arranging the appointment of an executor or trustee
- Paying bills and making an inventory of assets
- Dividing or selling real estate or other property
- Handling any issues of breach of fiduciary duty by executors or trustees
Through it all, we keep your personal well-being top of mind. Our attorneys know how difficult it can be for families to make good decisions about these matters while still grieving the loss of a beloved parent or another relative. Let us take this burden off your shoulders and point the way forward.
Get Trusted Legal Counsel On Your Side
Call today for a confidential consultation or complete the brief online form. Our lawyers help clients throughout Brunswick, Bladen and Robeson counties in North Carolina as well as Horry County, South Carolina.