If you are the executor, trustee or administrator of a loved ones estate, you do not have to do it alone. Our experienced Scott County estate administration attorneys are here to guide you through the process. Our excellent communication with our clients, extensive experience, and affordable rates make the experience of probate or estate administration as easy as possible for you and your family.
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Scott County Estate Administration Attorneys
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In this video, our Scott County estate administration lawyers discuss why you should review your Scott County estate plan
In light of the coronavirus, we are unfortunately more aware that we need to be prepared for anything. This is why our Scott County estate administration attorneys encourage you to take charge of your estate plan today. Our attorneys outline the process by which you can create and modify your estate plan to ensure that your estate is taken care of under any circumstances.
In this video, Scott County estate administration attorneys discuss the probate process in Scott County.
In this article, our Scott County estate administration attorneys explain the probate process. Probate is a court proceeding that often occurs when an individual passes away. The purpose of a probate proceeding is for the court to give an executor the power to collect the assets of the deceased person (called "the decedent") and distribute the assets to creditors of the decedent and to the decedents heirs. The executor is required to give certain notices to creditors and heirs and report to the court regarding the affairs of the estate within particular deadlines. The court will oversee the distribution of the estate and resolve any disputes between heirs and creditors.
In this video, out Scott County estate administration attorneys discuss the recent changes in Scott County estate law.
Our Scott County estate administration attorneys explain the recent changes mad to Iowa probate and estate law. They address important information such as: