Assistance For Estate Administration And Navigating Probate Court

If you were named as an executor of a loved one’s estate, or are acting as an estate administrator, you may need to deal with Pennsylvania probate court. Our attorneys can help you navigate the process and answer any questions you may have about paying estate taxes and debts, distributing assets, filing documentation or notifying heirs.

The experienced estate planning attorneys at Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC, are sensitive to your needs after a loved one’s passing. We can provide representation in the event that you choose to challenge a will or a trust.

What Is The Probate Process?

From our Greensburg offices, our lawyers can help you go through the probate process. This may include:

  • Filing your loved one’s will
  • Petitioning for probate
  • Notifying beneficiaries, heirs and creditors of the beginning of probate
  • Taking inventory of all estate assets
  • Paying debts
  • Selling property
  • Distributing assets

As an estate administrator or executor, you may also need to pay taxes from your loved one’s estate. Our lawyers can assist you in navigating the court system and preserving as many assets as possible throughout the probate process.

Contact Us For Estate-Related Matters

Our attorneys can guide you through the probate process, keeping you informed of the laws that govern Pennsylvania probate court. We can also represent you if you choose to contest a loved one’s will or trust, related to your share of an inheritance, or what you believe to be a lack thereof.

Call to arrange an initial consultation with our firm to discuss any questions you may have about our estate planning services. Or, if you prefer, you may contact us online.