Probate and Estate Administration Contact Form

There are estate planning methods that can be used to help keep property out of probate court. Depending upon the techniques used for transferring assets outside of probate, there may be other legal concerns to take into account. If you have questions about your estate plan or about avoiding probate, contact our firm to schedule a consultation with an estate planning attorney to learn about straightforward solutions that will work for you.

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Probate and Estate Administration Contact Form

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*Last Name

*Email Address

*Phone Number

*Zip

Street Address

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Incident Street Address

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*Incident Zip

Business Phone

Cellular or Pager

Relationship to decedent

Information about the Decedent

Decedent's date and place of birth

Date of death

Place of death

Residence at the time of death

Marital status

Children
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If yes, provide names, ages, and addresses

Children from outside a marriage?
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Prior marriages?
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Was there a will?
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Probate Assets

Personal Property

Checking   $
Savings   $
Cash   $
Bonds   $
Stocks   $
CD's   $
Household Goods/Furnishings   $
Automobile   $
Other (list)   $

Real Estate

Home   $
Vacation Home   $
Rental Property   $
Land   $

Outstanding Debts

Mortgage   $
Automobile   $
Credit Cards   $
Medical Expenses   $
Other   $

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