Probate Lawyers Connecticut
Probate law refers to the process of distributing assets upon the death of an estate holder. In the case of a legal will, it is considered a testate matter for a probate court judge. It is generally a matter of ensuring that the will was legally executed and filed, prior to distributing assets. When no will has been written or found, the matter is considered intestate, and the final decisions regarding the distribution of assets are left in the hands of the probate courts.
In the United States, we now consider all matters relating to probate courts to be a body of probate law, including the final details of estate administration and resolving disputes among beneficiaries who may be contesting the terms of the will. Contact one of our probate attorneys if you require help.
We Handle Probate Matters Efficiently, Effectively and Finally
Ryan & Tyma provides comprehensive probate law services for families involved in testate and intestate issues. Our probate attorneys understand the need for compassion, empathy and a responsive approach to meeting family needs after the death of a loved one. In addition to being skilled lawyers, William Ryan and Allan Tyma also hold degrees in psychology. We know that being a good lawyer means more than knowing the law. It also means knowing how to respond to people's needs during times of emotional stress.
Our estate planning attorneys handle a full range of probate law matters, such as the following:
- Probate court representation
- Appointment of conservatorship
- Contested will litigation
- Estate administration
A Note to Executors
If you have been named the executor of a will, we can help you with all of the details of administering the final affairs of the estate. From estate valuation, to paying creditors and closing personal agreements, we will handle everything. Contact