After a loved one passes away, you and your family may need to go through probate in order to take care of the decedent's estate. During the probate process, all creditors and potential beneficiaries must be notified by the estate's executor. Then, your loved one's final wishes can be carried out through a court proceeding, even if there was no will.
If you've been named the executor of a loved one's estate or he or she died without a will and you need to be appointed an administrator in the Topeka, KS area, reach out to the Grant Glenn Law Office. You can trust probate and conservatorship lawyer Grant Glenn to take care of your legal needs at this important time.
In Kansas, the people who are speaking about a court case being in “probate” are normally talking about administering a decedent’s estate. Sometimes the “Probate Court” will supervise the administration of the estate of a living person under a legal impairment, such as a Conservatee or Ward.
Contact the Grant Glenn Law Office now to find out what an experienced probate and conservatorship lawyer in Topeka, KS can do for you.
The Grant Glenn Law Office can also help your family deal with legal matters related to the care of minor children or incapacitated adults. If you're looking for ways to strategically plan care for your loved one, you might consider setting up a conservatorship or guardianship. Lawyer Glenn can help you better understand your options and handle either process efficiently.
While guardianship is usually created to oversee the health care of a loved one, a conservatorship is typically used to oversee the financial well-being of a loved one. A conservator can manage a loved one's:
Call (785) 246-7298 now to learn more about issues related to conservatorship and guardianship in Topeka, Kansas. Grant can help you decide which is right for your family and ensure the proper arrangements are made to meet your needs.