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Priority Law | Probate/Trust Administration

As experienced probate lawyers based in Massachusetts, Priority Law can help you navigate probate to make the process as organized and stress-free as possible.

What is probate and why do you want to avoid it?

Probate is a legal process to distribute assets or collect debts upon a person’s death. Without a will, the court will decide how to divide assets. With a trust, any assets will smoothly transition to the trustee without having to go through probate. Probate is often complicated, costly, and time consuming.

Learn more about setting up a will and trust to avoid probate.

Benefits of an experienced Massachusetts Probate Attorney

Coping with a loved one’s death is difficult and stressful, especially if an estate and probate is involved.

Priority Law has more than 20 years experience dealing with Massachusetts Probate and Family Court to streamline the process, allowing you to focus on grieving.

We assist with a variety of probate responsibilities such as:

  • Identifying and securing probate assets
  • Obtaining appraisals on the deceased party’s property
  • Ensuring all required probate court documents are processed in a timely fashion
  • Preparing and filing required documents
  • Advising on paying the deceased bills and debts
  • Managing payments
  • Distributing the deceased assets amongst beneficiaries

Contact us  for a complimentary consultation. We will listen to your needs and concerns and offer our best recommendations.

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Articles on probate issues

What Does The Probate Process Entail

You leave behind a lifetime of possessions when you die, from real estate to stocks and bonds, furniture and clothing, and all the other assets you have accumulated over the decades. This accumulation of assets is your estate. If you are like most people, you intend...

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New Wife + No Will = No Fun

Question: I have adult children and recently remarried. I have no will. If I die tomorrow, who gets my stuff – my wife or my kids? Answer: Good news: the rules are clear without a will or trust. Your wife gets 100% of the estate if: all surviving kids, grandkids, etc....

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Probate Bond Always Needed

Question: My mother’s will names me as the personal representative of her estate, and says I can serve “without the need for a bond.” When I filed with the probate court, they are making me complete a bond. Why is a bond needed? Answer: The role of personal...

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Priority Law

Division of Haroutunian Law Office

790 Boston Road, 1st floor
Billerica, MA 01821
Fax: 978-671-0711

Priority Law | Probate/Trust Administration