Boise Probate Lawyer
Protect Your Family's Property & Assets
Without a will, the job of distributing estate property goes to the government. For many families, it can be devastating to watch as an executor parcels off their property to pay off debts, leaving them with no inheritance to adjust with the loss of their loved one. However, if you already have a valid will, the court will ensure your estate is distributed according to your wishes, which is why it is important you have a valid estate plan. Our Idaho probate lawyer can also arrange for payment of all debts and taxes.
Ensure your family’s property is fairly distributed. Contact the Boise probate attorney at Derek A. Pica, PLLC today by dialing (208) 314-1161 or filling out our online contact form.
Aren’t Wills & Trusts Enough?
Living trusts can help, but there are complications you may face as circumstances change. For instance, deeding property to children may have some unforeseen risks, such as losing the property during your lifetime or having the deed declared invalid after your death.
Spouses sometimes probate an estate when they want to sell the property only to discover the title has not been placed in their name. A well-drafted will that makes clear disposition of your property and names a competent, trustworthy personal representative will simplify probate for your survivors.
Probate Attorney in Idaho
Derek A. Pica is prepared to represent heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, and fiduciaries in complex cases involving estates and other probate situations. He is experienced and knowledgeable in this area and prides himself on effectively resolving these matters for clients with his no-nonsense approach. It is important you consult an attorney as soon as possible for claims or planning your estate and future.
There is no better time than now to begin planning for your family’s future. Dial (208) 314-1161 right away to schedule your free consultation with Derek A. Pica, PLLC.
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