Probate is a court procedure where the validity of a will is proved or disproved. It involves all estate administration proceedings. When a person dies, all property, other than property passing directly to others (such as property held in joint tenancy, life insurance proceeds and retirement plans payable to a named beneficiary), may be subject to a probate proceeding.
Protect your family's property from being lost or destroyed. Attending to the details of a probate proceeding is complex, but with help from a qualified attorney like Kari Wilson is necessary. Handle all the details of your probate smoothly and let us relieve your burden.
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