Providing Guidance After a Loved One Passes Away
Executors and administrators of Massachusetts estates are given considerable responsibility. There are many legal requirements that need to be met after a person has passed away. An experienced Braintree probate attorney can assist with these necessary tasks and smooth the process. At the Gemma Law Office, we will help you understand your obligations and guide you through the probate process.
Probate can be lengthy and complicated. Our law firm will provide efficient, cost-effective solutions to help you complete it as quickly as possible. Contact us by e-mail or call 781-767-7363 or toll free at 877-549-3746 to schedule a free initial consultation with Massachusetts probate lawyer Anthony Gemma.
Meeting Massachusetts Probate Requirements
Probate is often an emotional and detailed process. You do not have to go through it alone. We will help you administer the deceased's estate, from beginning to end. The process often includes steps such as:
- Initial probate court petition
- Identifying and protecting assets of the estate
- Handling estate tax issues
- Addressing creditor issues
- Distributing assets to rightful heirs
- Updating and closing digital assets
- Closing the estate
Braintree probate attorney Anthony H. Gemma will personally guide you through the legal process to administer your loved one's estate. This often involves working with a CPA, as well as helping to locate and bring assets into the estate. Each case is unique, requiring its own level of research and investigation. Be assured, attorney Gemma will strive to help you to assert your loved one's final wishes.
After answering these questions, we will work to find a cost-effective solution to your concerns. If a dispute arises amongst interested parties during the probate or estate administration process, through negotiation and probate and estate litigation, we will protect your interests.
Contact the Gemma Law Office
Contact us by e-mail or call to schedule a free initial consultation. Let us help you make informed decisions to protect your loved one's estate.