Estate Administration

After a person passes away, it is often necessary to “Probate” the Last Will and Testament with the County Surrogate’s Court, send Notices of Probate, gather asset information, liquidated assets, file death and income tax returns, pay debts, and many other issues.

If there is no Last Will and Testament, then further assistance may be required to determine the heirs, to obtain renunciations from next of kin, and to secure a fiduciary bond.

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