Administering an Estate Within the State of Ohio
The probate process is necessary to pass ownership of a decedent’s remaining assets to the proper beneficiaries. Even if there is a valid will, the will needs to be admitted to the court or it will be ineffective to pass ownership of the assets.
If there is no valid will, the probate process is necessary to pass ownership of the decedent’s remaining assets to the proper parties. The probate process is also necessary to wind up the decedent’s financial affairs after death and ensure the decedent’s creditors are paid. The Law Offices of Robert J. Simon, LLC can provide you with instruction and guide you through this probate process. Although the process can take time, we will do our best to make sure the process is neither stressful nor overwhelming.
Whatever estate administration you might need, do not hesitate to contact us to discuss what our firm can do to meet your needs in an effective and efficient manner.