Yes, you will need an attorney to represent you in Administration and Heirship proceedings. An administrator for the estate would need to be appointed to have the power to sale property. As for the bank account, the account set up would need to be reviewed to see who owed the account. please feel...View More
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The next step would be to probate his estate so that assets can be transferred. Probate of the estate can go a few ways but generally is the probate of a Last Will and Testament, which is the ideal probate, or by submitting an Application for Administration with heirship proceedings if there was...View More
Good Afternoon, Yes we can help with creating a Trust. Please call my office and speak with my calendar coordinator Sarah to schedule a free initial consultation. Thank you for reaching out and we hope to hear from you soon!
If you truly own interest in a property that is in your name, generally speaking, you may convey it to other individuals. While an attorney would need more information to determine how to accomplish this, this can typically be established by a quick consultation over the phone.
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