Proper Probate Administration Prevents Future Headaches

They say the only certainties in life are death and taxes. It's inevitable that those elements come together in probate, along with titles, deeds, transfers and the unavoidable fees.

Many are surprised to learn the steps of probate — the process of handling an estate after someone passes away — but it's an essential procedure to avoid issues later on. For example, many home titles are in both spouses' names. The title doesn't automatically transfer upon death, which can cause problems when the house is later put on the market. By working with a lawyer, you can avoid many common hassles and missteps.

When everything is handled as it should be from the start, nothing will come back to hurt you later. We understand the many facets of probate administration and we can guide you through the process.

Customer service is our No. 1 focus at the Law Office of Dom Chieffalo.

Guidance At A Time When You Need It The Most

We have more than 15 years of experience in probate administration and estate plans, helping Connecticuters get through the bureaucracy of probate as they deal with the loss of loved ones. We can help you through a complicated system to make sure that the deceased's wishes are carried out and that all legal matters are complete and ironclad.

At our office, we work with trustees, executors and beneficiaries to make the probate process as seamless as possible. We'll go over the details with you in person and make sure that we answer any questions you may have.

Need Help After The Passing Of A Loved One? Let Us Lead The Way.

Call our Danbury office at 203-744-1111 for a free consultation about how an attorney can make probate administration easier for you, or send an email for more information.