Probate is a court process to distribute your property at death to the people or heirs you leave behind. In the process someone is named Executor (or Administrator if no Will) to take charge of your property, pay your final bills and expenses, and then distribute the balance to your beneficiaries. Not everyone’s property needs to go through a probate process. Probate is determined by how you hold ownership of property at your death. It is not determined by whether or not you have a Will despite what many people believe.

The attorneys at Morreale Brady Malone & Cwik, P.C. have extensive experience in helping clients avoid probate and handle the details that the probate process entails.

  • Small Estate Administration

  • Probate Administration

  • Trust Administration

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