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Guiding Clients Through Probate Court Since 1998

Probate is the legal process by which the court determines how to distribute the property and assets of people who have passed away. Probate can become incredibly complex and expensive if there are challenges to a will or multiple claims on an estate or a loved one dies without a will. Without a knowledgeable attorney to guide you, the probate process can drag on for well over a year.

If you need help administering probate, Trusted Estate Planning Attorneys is the team for you. Since 1998, we have helped clients with every aspect of estate administration and probate. Our attorneys are licensed in both Utah and Nevada, enabling us to assist clients who have property in both states or live in one state and need to administer a will in the other state.

What Does Probate Entail?

The steps of probate can vary from estate to estate. However, many of the tasks are common for all people. Some of the major tasks involved in probate are:

  • Filing the last will and testament in probate court
  • Authenticating the will
  • Appointing an executor or administrator
  • Locating and identifying assets
  • Appraising assets
  • Notifying creditors and beneficiaries
  • Paying taxes and elections
  • Distributing assets to beneficiaries

Our attorneys know the details of Utah and Nevada probate courts inside and out. You can rely on us to ensure that probate goes as swiftly and smoothly as possible for you and your loved ones.

Why Other Families Trust Our Family

The father-son duo who founded Trusted Estate Planning Attorneys have worked hard to establish our reputation as an honest, reliable law firm. For more than 20 years, clients have placed their loved one’s estates in our hands. We do not take this lightly. We pride ourselves on providing counsel you can trust.

Contact Us For Guidance On Probate And More

We have the knowledge needed to help you understand probate and the administration of an estate. We can also assist you with estate planning and business law matters. To schedule an initial consultation with us, please call 801-988-5563 or send us an email.