Thorough Probate And Estate Administration Representation

Losing a loved one is difficult. During this troubling time, the process of administering the estate may seem overwhelming. The process is not something that most people are familiar with. An experienced estate administration lawyer can help you through the process and ensure that your loved ones affairs will be settled properly and smoothly.

The lawyers at Nary, Norris & Associates, PA, in Durham, New Hampshire, have substantial experience in all aspects of estate administration. Whether a will exits, or your family needs to administer an intestate estate, we can take the legal burdens off your shoulders.

Our probate and estate administrative services include all of the following and more:

  • Preparation and filing of all necessary probate court documents
  • Appointment of the proper executor or executrix
  • Estate inventories
  • Estate accountings
  • Distribution of assets
  • Settling debts and addressing tax matters
  • Beneficiary agreements
  • Ancillary probate matters in Massachusetts and New Hampshire

Resolving Disputes In Probate And Estate Litigation

Disputes may arise while an estate is being processed. Concerns that assets are missing from the estate inventory or disagreements over the distribution of assets are common concerns in probate court. Our compassionate attorneys are well-prepared to help our clients resolve conflicts. Our primary goal in litigation is to reach sensible agreements with opposing parties efficiently to reduce costs and turmoil. We are however, experienced trial attorneys who will safeguard the rights of clients when amicable solutions are not possible.

Establishing Guardianships To Allow You To Care For A Loved One

As comprehensive probate lawyers, we help families establish guardianship of an adult or child in probate court. A guardianship may be appropriate for a child who is not prepared for adulthood when turning 18 to allow family members to continue to provide care and support. A disabling illness or injury may require family members to establish guardianship of an adult who is unable to care for themselves. Our experienced lawyers will take the time to explain the relevant laws and help you obtain the appropriate form of guardianship.

Turn To Caring Probate Lawyers In Durham, New Hampshire

Our goal is to facilitate the process at every stage, including remaining in direct communication with clients to settle the affairs of our client's loved ones as efficiently as possible. To arrange a free consultation, call 603-397-0137 or send us a message online. We represent clients throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts.