After a loved one dies, family members are left with the responsibility of handling the deceased final business affairs and determine their belongings. If the deceased had an estate of value and did not properly document into a living trust, you are required to go through the probate process.
Probate is the court-supervised legal procedure that ensures the proper people are given the rights to and responsibility for the decedent’s financial and physical assets. Many legal aspects of the probate process—such as filing the initial and closing petitions—will be handled by your probate attorney.
The attorney will take care of the legal proceedings. But attorneys’ fees can get expensive when they are spending hours going through sale documentation to ensure that it is approved by the courts. This is a probate agents’ responsibility as part of their standard commission.
Probate agents who have experience understand the process, they know the procedure, timelines, and forms required when completing the sale to ensure that the courts approve the probate to avoid costly mistakes.
Madelin Espino and her team are certified and work with several attorneys, heirs, and representatives through these challenging times. She not only understands the importance of the probate process, but she will make the difficult task a bit easier to bear.
If you or anyone you know is looking to hire a Probate Real Estate Agent, be sure to reach out to Madelin Espino and her team. Their experienced team of professionals will guide you through this delicate time.