Strong Advocacy Through The Probate Process
Losing a loved one is difficult. This time can become even more stressful if your loved one’s will goes through probate. While the probate process can be helpful in validating wills and dividing assets, it can also be complex. The highly -experienced lawyers at Clement Law Center can give you the innovative support and legal guidance you need throughout probate. Our attorneys have over 30 years of experience that we can put to work to help families through probate efficiently and effectively.
Probate is the court process of validating a will and ensuring fair and legal estate administration. The probate court oversees the responsibilities of the personal representative of your loved one, which include:
- Collecting your loved one’s assets
- Valuing the assets and property
- Paying bills, taxes and debts
- Distributing the assets included in the will
Many Washington families choose to go through probate if their loved one left many assets behind in their name or if they wish to challenge the validity of the will.
How We Can Help
If you and your family are facing probate after the death of a loved one, our attorneys will protect your rights and best interests. We can assist personal representatives to fulfill their obligations. However, we also have experience helping beneficiaries challenge wills during probate if they believe the will is not valid. Our founding attorney, Bruce Clement, has extensive experience in probate litigation.
The probate process can be complicated and emotionally exhausting for your family, but with the help of our skilled attorneys and quality representation, we can help reduce your stress.
Do You Have More Questions About Probate? Contact Us Today.
Our attorneys can help you and your family through the probate process with sensitivity and strength. Please contact one of our offices today to discuss your situation and probate questions in a free 30-minute consultation. From three convenient locations in Federal Way, Bellevue and Seattle, our firm serves clients in King County, Pierce County and the Seattle-Tacoma area.