Legal Help Through Difficult Times

Your Family's Law Firm

When a loved one dies, the entire family needs time to mourn and grieve. It is important to use this time well, as it can be healing and a time of bonding with the surviving family members. However, there is also a financial component. Whether the deceased left a valid will or not, the estate will have to go through the probate process to determine and execute the paying of debts and the distribution of assets from the estate.

If you are an estate administrator, it is important to work with a legal team that can help you fulfill your fiduciary duties and protect your interests, as well. With more than 50 years of legal experience, our Rochester probate administration attorneys can provide you with the guidance and counsel you need to bring an estate through probate. At Weinstein & Randisi, we pride ourselves on giving personalized service and individualized attention to meet our clients' needs.

Estate And Intestate Succession Attorneys

When someone dies, his or her estate goes through probate. When the deceased has a valid will and other estate planning documents, these will generally assign an administrator and provide direction for the paying of debts and the disposition of assets. When there is no valid will, it is called "intestate." For intestate estates, there are laws in place to govern the disposition of assets.

Your Family's Law Firm

After losing someone you love, your primary concerns should be grieving your loss and bonding with your family. As your family's law firm, we can help you through the probate process. Whether you are dealing with a well-executed estate plan or an intestate estate, our lawyers will protect your interests and help you through the legal aspects involved, so you can focus on your family.

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We offer free initial consultations, flexible scheduling and flat-fee options for various services. Call 585-310-1578 (800-768-1780 toll free) or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with an attorney from our firm.