Helping You Finalize The Affairs Of A Loved One
If you have recently lost a loved one and are acting as the executor/administrator of the estate, it is important to understand your responsibilities and obligations. There are several things to consider before the administration gets underway. Was there a will? Does the estate need to go through probate? An experienced estate and probate lawyer can help you determine the answers to these and other important questions.
Benefit From Our Extensive Estate And Probate Background
Since 1962, Fisher & Wilsey, P.A., has provided clients with dedicated legal services related to estate planning and probate. Whether you live in Florida or are an out-of-state administrator or executor, our skilled attorneys can efficiently attend to your concerns in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area.
Our skilled attorneys work closely with our clients, giving them one-on-one legal advice and a straightforward assessment of their options. With our firm’s extensive estate and probate background, you can trust us to make sure the probate and estate administration process goes as smoothly as possible.
To contact one of our experienced lawyers today, call 888-312-1474 or 727-369-8572 for a free initial consultation. We welcome the opportunity to work with you on your probate, estate and trust administration issues.
Providing Solutions For A Range Of Probate And Estate Administration Concerns
You can count on our lawyers to work closely with your beneficiaries to make sure your final wishes are carried out according to your estate plan. This can be a difficult process to navigate for people without legal experience. In addition to the emotional strain that comes with the death of a family member, beneficiaries may be confused by the protocols and procedures.
When you hire our legal services, we can take the stress and uncertainty out of these legal endeavors, allowing you to handle your duties while at the same time take care of your family and yourself.
We handle all aspects of probate, estate and trust administration, including:
- Trust and probate litigation
- Will contests
- Transferring assets
- Paying bills
- Filing tax returns
In addition to our comprehensive estate and probate practice, our firm also has a thriving real estate closing practice for both residential and commercial real estate. Our legal team works with beneficiaries who wish to sell or retitle Florida real estate following the death of a family member. We take pride in our ability to remedy a variety of estate and probate matters.
Partner With Our Firm Today
To discuss your options with a knowledgeable estate and probate lawyer at Fisher & Wilsey, P.A., contact our firm today.