Wills & Probate Law in New Jersey
Without leaving any documents in place, the state gets to choose how best to distribute your assets according to the law. This complicated, painful, costly and frustrating process is known as the probate.
Probate is a legal procedure that provides the courts authority to distribute assets to beneficiaries. If assets are not taken into a trust even with a will in place, a probate needs to take place before your heirs obtain access to it. With hardly any exceptions to this procedure, Probate Estate Administration can be a big help.
Services We Provide To Help Our Clients
- Guardianship and conservatorship duties
- Trust litigation
- Asset ownership disputes
- Will contests
- Trust litigation
- Claims against fiduciaries
- Business and partnership
- Appeals of judgments and orders in probate court
Why Choose Giro Elder Law To Handle Your Probate Procedure
Professional Wills & Probate Attorneys
Save your loved ones from the emotional and financial burden of suffering through a probate by working with Giro Law Offices. We understand how sensitive the issue of losing a loved one can be, and you can be assured that your needs will be dealt with the compassion and empathy of our lawyers who specialize in Probate Litigation. Our goal is to make the process as stress-free and pain-free as possible, while expediting the paperwork to make sure that your dependents obtain access to your inheritance as soon as possible.
We Offer Flat Rates
If the client does not wish to be billed on an hourly basis, they won’t be. Our fees are agreed to in advance and there are no surprises. Most clients prefer this agreement and so do we.
Over 30 Years of Dedicated Practice to Elder Law
Our elder care attorneys have over 30 years of experience, who will fight for your legal rights with proven strategies to meet your needs and win the case.
Professional Support Team
If you have some legal issues and need to speak to someone, our team will contact you quickly and attempt to answer all of your questions. If you need to speak to the attorney, you will be able to make an appointment the same day.