When a family member or close friend dies, handling your grief is one of the most difficult daily tasks. However, when you add the administration of an individual’s probate estate to the mix, that task can become even more difficult. At Affinity, we are here to help you navigate through the probate process with the intent of making this time a little easier for you.
There are times when probate may not be necessary, and the distribution of an individual’s property can be handled through the administration of a trust. Our Private Client Group is there to assist our clients through the administration process so that they may administer the trust in the best interest of the beneficiaries. Our primary goal is to provide guidance to a Trustee about what that role means and how to administer the trust for everyone’s benefit.
A loved one’s death is not the only time you may need assistance in managing someone else’s affairs. We also assist clients in obtaining a guardian for a minor or a family member who can no longer care for him or herself, or a conservator to handle their financial matters during a period when they cannot. These situations require the involvement of the probate courts, and Affinity is here to help guide you through those necessary steps.
- Probate Administration for a Decedent’s Estate
- Trust Administration
- Guardianships and Conservatorships for Minors
- Guardianships and Conservatorships for Adults