Handling All Aspects Of The Probate Or Estate Administration Process

The loss of a loved one can leave you feeling uncertain of the future. He or she may have put an estate plan in place, but, do you know what you need to do to carry out that plan and protect your interests? The lawyers at the Las Vegas law firm of Escobar & Associates Law Firm, Ltd., can help.

From litigating will contests, contested distributions, working with personal representatives to administer the estate in a timely fashion and performing asset distribution, our attorney, Christy Brad Escobar handles every aspect tied to the probate process. He understands how this time of your life can be emotionally challenging. He will take every step necessary to help you through this process so you can focus on working through your grief.

To work alongside a compassionate, knowledgeable attorney during the estate administration process, contact Escobar & Associates Law Firm, Ltd., today.

If you would like to know what steps you should take to help your loved ones avoid the probate process after you have passed, contact our law firm online to discuss all potential estate planning options.

Helping You Understand Probate In Nevada

The probate process varies greatly depending on the size of the estate and the types of estate planning tools in place. At our law firm, we understand the nuances involved at each level of this process and have handled numerous probate matters involving:

  • Probate avoidance: There are ways to pass a small estate without having to go through the probate process.
  • Summary administration: For estates worth up to $200,000, there is a summary administration process that takes less time and uses fewer resources than general probate.
  • Probate: General administration applies to estates over $200,000.
  • Probate litigation: Whether there is a will contest or trust litigation, we can help you resolve any conflicts that arise during the probate process.

Regardless of your estate value, we will work to take care of your estate in a timely fashion. In general, smaller estates can take up to 120 days, while larger estates can take more time depending on the complexity of the estate or contested issues that may arise.

Schedule Your Consultation With A Trusted Probate Lawyer

Attorney Escobar has more than 30 years of experience representing clients like you in the Nevada probate process. Put his experience and compassion to work for you by contacting our law firm online or by calling 888-339-6061.