My three-years of employment at the probate court taught me that most estates are administered without drama. Cases that wind up in front of the judge usually fit into one of three categories: 1) the family members just are not willing to get along; 2) the governing document is defective or ambiguous; or 3) the complexity of the estate requires the judge’s personal attention. Since 1993, I have represented literally hundreds of executors. My experience at the probate court provided me with a valuable and unique perspective to help executors administer estates smoothly and without drama.
Making The Complex Simple