In this video, our Oak Brook Probate & Estate Administration attorney describes why O'Flaherty Law is the best choice for your probate or estate matter.
We Are Cost-Effective! We are proud to offer superior representation, communication and customer service. Let us be your trusted advocates to guide you through your estate planning needs.We Know Our Stuff! Our Oak Brook probate & estate administration lawyer’s dedication and hard work have earned a reputation for excellent service.
We Are Comprehensive! Probate cases can often require expertise from other areas of including as business, real estate and family law. Our Illinois probate & estate administration attorneys have experience in nearly every area of law and will work together to ensure all areas of your case are given the attention they need. No matter what your situation, you will have dedicated and attentive representation for your matter.
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In this episode of the Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Kevin O'Flaherty of O'Flaherty Law discusses when probate is necessary in order to administer the estate of a deceased individual. Probate is typically necessary in Illinois when the decedent owns any real estate or more than $100,000.00 of non-real-estate assets outside of a trust. If probate is necessary, then the executor of the estate must receive Letters of Office from the probate court in order to collect the assets of the estate for the payment of creditors and heirs or legatees. If probate is not necessary, then the executor or trustee can administer the estate immediately with the use of a small estate affidavit.
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