Trusted Guidance Through The North Carolina Probate Process

The loss of a beloved family member is one of the most difficult things that a person will ever have to go through. The emotions can be overwhelming, and grief can make it hard to focus on your day-to-day routine. If you are tasked with administrating a loved one’s estate through the probate process in North Carolina, it can make an already challenging situation worse.

We are here to help lift some of that burden for you. At Pinnacle Law, with offices in Charlotte and Indian Trail, attorney Jeremy B. Smith and the rest of our team can assist you with all aspects regarding probate. We understand that the loss of a loved one is life-changing, and we can handle the probate process so that you get the time you need.

A Thorough Administration Of An Estate

Probate is basically the transferring of property under the terms of a will, trust and other estate planning documents. While it seems like it’s a relatively simple process, a lot can go wrong which can tie up the estate for a long period of time. We want to help you avoid costly and time-consuming errors that could have a negative impact. Some of the items we assist with include:

  • Obtaining the will and other estate planning documents
  • Gathering the assets of the estate
  • Paying the debts of the estate
  • Distributing assets according to the estate plan
  • Representing the estate in court proceedings

In addition to helping with probating an estate, we are also available to help you explore any options that you may have if you have concerns about your interests under a will or trust. These are highly contested claims, often pitting family members against one another. If you feel that you may need to challenge an estate, reach out to us as soon as possible so we can make sure that your interests are protected.

Schedule A Consultation Today

We can make this entire process much easier to manage and allow you to feel confident that you have done everything necessary to carry out your loved one’s final wishes. To learn more about how our lawyer can help with the probate process, please contact our office by calling 704-761-4404 or by sending us an email to arrange a time that works for you.