What to do when a loved one dies
When a loved one dies, the details that need to be taken care of by survivors may be particularly overwhelming during such an emotional time. A summary of some of the initial steps can be found here.
If the person who has passed on did not create a revocable trust, their estate will probably need to go through court Probate. I urge you to consult with me or another experienced attorney regarding the probate process soon after the death of the loved one.
For expert assistance and advice, you should seek the help of a Los Angeles probate lawyer. Call the Law Office of Philip J. Hoskins today
I am conveniently located in Westwood, California near the intersection of I-10 and I-405 at 10940 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90024.
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