Probate Administration

Greater Boston Probate Administration Lawyers

Massachusetts probate administration attorneys

When a person dies, his or her estate must be properly cataloged and distributed amongst heirs and beneficiaries. In some cases, this will require filing an application for probate. Probate administration is a term that refers to the process of appointing an executor or administrator who is responsible for several key issues in regard to the decedent’s estate.

In Massachusetts this may include:

  • Identifying and accounting for all assets;
  • Identifying and paying all debts that are owed by the decedent;
  • Identifying and paying all tax debt, including income and death taxes;
  • Preparing a final accounting of this to the probate court; and
  • Distributing the estate assets in a fair and proper manner.

Probate can be a very difficult process not only because you have lost a loved one but because it is legal in nature and may pertain to emotionally-charged issues. A Massachusetts probate attorneys can aid you in probate administration to ensure the process is properly followed and that your interests are protected.

If a loved one or family member has passed away and you are looking for probate help in the Boston North Shore area, you can turn to a probate lawyer at our firm.

Our attorneys are know Massachusetts probate law and have extensive resources to properly handle your probate matter.  Probate administration is a key part of our legal practice and you can count on our dedication to see you through to as swift and beneficial a resolution as possible.

Contact the Probate Administration Attorneys for Middlesex County and Essex County

The probate administration lawyers at Simmons & Schiavo concentrate in estate planning matters and serve the Greater Boston and Boston’s North Shore region including the communities of Everett, Revere, Chelsea, Somerville, Cambridge, Medford, Arlington, Winchester, Woburn, Burlington, Stoneham, Melrose, Wakefield, Saugus, Lynn, Peabody, Salem, Marblehead, Swampscott, Middlesex County and Essex County, Massachusetts.