Probate Law




The term “probate” refers to court protective proceedings. Those include guardianships, conservatorships, administration of estates belonging to deceased persons, Will and trust contests, and court supervision of the administration of a trust, or the removal, when necessary of trustees who have failed to complete their duties as the trustee or who have breached their fiduciary duties to the beneficiaries of a trust.

If someone you love has passed away and you are unsure of your rights under the law, please submit a case summary through our website to schedule an appointment. If you have been named as the Executor of a Will or as the Trustee of a Trust, please allow us to help you through the process of administering your loved one’s estate.



When a loved one passes away, our office can represent you in the administration of his/her/their estate, helping you to navigate your rights and obligations under the law. We handle the administration of trusts and both small and large estates for persons who do not have trusts.



We provide legal representation in both guardianship and conservatorship proceedings. We can help you to establish a guardianship to care for a child or a conservatorship to care for an adult who has lost the capacity to care for himself/herself/themselves and/or who need help with the management of assets for the benefit of a child or an incapacitated adult.



We provide legal representation for elders who have been financially or physically abused. We can help you obtain restraining orders and will do our best to help you recover assets lost as a result of financial abuse.



We handle most types of litigation related to probate matters.