Probate is a process that is often required after someone dies. If you have been named as the administrator of a deceased person’s estate, you will need guidance and assistance from an attorney to fulfill your responsibilities and ensure that all requirements are met.


About Probate

When someone dies and leaves behind a will, probate will begin with the will’s validation by the court. The probate process will not be complete until the court has named an estate administrator and the estate administrator has carried out several tasks. Some of these tasks include:

  • Informing creditors and heirs of the deceased person’s passing.
  • Taking inventory of the deceased person’s property.
  • Using assets from the estate to pay the deceased person’s debts.
  • Distributing remaining property to heirs based on instructions in the will

How We Can Help

We have extensive experience representing estate administrators in Massachusetts. We will help you oversee the probate process and ensure that it is completed as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.

Contact Angley & Angley, Attorneys at Law

If you have been named as the administrator of a probated estate, or if you have an interest in a probated estate, please contact our office in Plymouth today to schedule an appointment.