Amoruso & Amoruso LLP represents individual fiduciaries, personal representatives, trustees and others in connection with the administration of probate estates and trusts. Being cognizant of the emotional stress fiduciaries are often under as a result of the death of a loved one, our attorneys and staff members approach every service and client contact with empathy and understanding.
We serve as the liaison between the court in the county in which the decedent resided and the fiduciary of the estate. We act timely in accordance with court orders and probate code time frames to help efficiently distribute and administer the estate. Furthermore, we are careful to consider all beneficiaries and comply with all notice requirements. In short, we seek to make the probate process less frustrating and more satisfying to our clients by being responsive and proactive with the estate as a whole.
The Decision to Serve as Trustee
Improper administration of a trust can have serious consequences. Not only does it thwart the grantor’s wishes, but the trustee also can be held financially and legally accountable for errors… even unintentional ones. If you have been named as trustee of a loved one’s estate, do not take the decision lightly. Our attorneys have efficiently administered hundreds of trusts. Rest assured we have the experience to guide you through the process from start to finish.
Whether you need assistance with settling an estate through probate or administering a trust, we are here to provide experienced, compassionate representation. We invite you to contact us to discuss your particular situation.