Eric S. Kane, P.L. advises the Personal Representative (Executor) in all aspects of the probate process and estate administration, including, but not limited to:

  • Filing a petition to appoint a personal representative;
  • Filing a petition to admit a Will To probate;
  • Filing a petition to determine heirs if the decedent died intestate (without a Will);
  • Filing a petition to determine homestead real property;
  • Working with the Personal Representative in inventorying the assets and liabilities of the estate;
  • Counseling the Personal Representative on the actions they must take to fulfill their fiduciary duty, such as notifying creditors and other interested parties of the probate proceedings.
  • Closing the estate, distributing the estate assets to the proper beneficiaries, and filing all necessary papers with the Court.


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