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help to keep this process to a minimal cost. In most cases, it is possible to proceed with “unsupervised" administration instead of a "court supervised" estate administration. "Unsupervised" administration often allows things to proceed more quickly and with far less expenses.

  • Filing required documents with the Probate Court
  • Notice to creditors
  • Evaluation and orderly payment of estate claims
  • Identifying deceased person's property
  • Obtaining appraisal of property
  • Preparing estate tax returns
  • Proper distribution of assets
  • Closing the Estate   

Estate or trust administration is the process that enables the payment of final expenses and debts, distribution of assets to the individuals or entities named in the Will or Trust, and closure of the decedent's financial affairs.  We provide comprehensive legal services to the Personal Representative, Beneficiaries or Trustee throughout the administration.

 We assist our clients with probate administration, non-probate administration, and trust administration, offering personal attention each step of the way. Some of these steps include:

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At Troyer & Good, we understand that losing a loved one is a difficult process. We want to make it as easy as possible for you and in the most cost-effective manner possible. We work closely with the Executor to assist in distributing your loved one's assets the way they wanted in their Will/Trust (or to whomever is entitled by law if there is no Will/Trust).  We also

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Probate Administration:  Court process to distribute property that was owned, settle final debts and funeral expenses, and pay death taxes.  A Personal Representative will be appointed to take care of these things. 

If your family has experienced the loss of a family member, we can guide you through and demystify the administration process

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