Successfully Resolving Complex Probate Matters

When someone passes on in Pennsylvania, a loved one is typically named to serve as the personal representative of their estate. The personal representative is often the son or daughter of the decedent, but it may be anyone who has an understanding of the decedent's wishes.

The personal representative is responsible for administering the decedent's estate. The skilled team at Massaro Law can help guide personal representatives through this complex process. We work closely with personal representatives in Greensburg and in the surrounding communities. Our attorneys will help ensure personal representatives administer estates accurately and efficiently.

Skilled Guidance For Probate Administration

Probate is the legal process of distributing and settling someone's estate after they die. This process entails paying off any debts owed and transferring the remaining assets to the decedent's beneficiaries.

The personal representative is responsible for assembling the decedent's assets, paying for any expenses related to the administration of the estate and distributing the remaining assets. We provide straightforward advice to personal representatives to help guide them through every step of the probate process.

Finding Solutions To Probate Disputes

There is always the risk of a dispute occurring during the probate process. Sometimes, the decedent's heirs may claim that the personal representative did not properly administer the estate. Other disputes may involve a will contest.

When probate disputes arise, our firm will provide honest and thoughtful counsel. No matter how complex or contentious a probate dispute is, we will thoroughly analyze your case to determine the best option for resolving probate litigation.

Don't Go Through Probate Matters Alone

No matter how complex your loved one's estate is, we have the understanding to help personal representatives navigate the probate process. Schedule an appointment today with our attorneys to learn how we can assist you.

Call our lawyers in Greensburg at 724-834-5500, or contact us online.