Help With Probate
Probate, also known as estate administration, is the legal process used to resolve someone’s estate following their death, whether or not they have a will. The person appointed to handle the estate throughout the probate process is known as the personal representative (also known as an executor).
At Martin Law Office LLC, we frequently represent personal representatives to make sure they are complying with their legal obligations throughout the probate process. We also represent parties interested in an estate going through the probate process, including family members, heirs, devisees, beneficiaries, and those who might have claims against an estate.
Trust administration is the process of administering someone’s trust, whether the person is incapacitated or deceased. The person administering the trust is known as the trustee. A trustee must navigate requirements under the Trust and Colorado law, in order to make sure they are complying with their duties.
At Martin Law Office LLC, we have experience representing trustees to make sure they are complying with those obligations. We also represent parties interested in trusts, such as family members, beneficiaries, and those who might have a claim against a trust.
As a personal representative or trustee, working with an experienced attorney means protecting yourself, while making sure that the estate/trust is administered timely, efficiently, in compliance with Colorado law, and with a goal of distributing as much as possible to the beneficiaries of the estate/trust.
We also work with clients in obtaining guardianships and/or conservatorships, both uncontested and contested.
Contact Us Today
Estate administration can be complex and confusing, having an experienced attorney on your side can help smooth the process and ensure everything is done correctly and on-time. Call our Boulder office at 720-398-8745 or use our online contact form.