With the level of complexity among the various laws of succession in the state of Alabama, rights of parties can easily be misunderstood or even go inadvertently unprotected.
The simplest way to ensure your loved ones are not left in a difficult situation at the time of your passing is to manage your personal affairs while alive.
No one expects to die but failure to plan for that inevitable occurrence can have consequences never considered for both a person’s assets and children.
After a loved one has passed, it is important that a person trained in the field of estate law reviews the decedent’s estate and any documents which may control the distribution thereof.
Your St. Clair County Estate Lawyer
The St. Clair County Estate Lawyers of Hill, Hill & Gossett, P.C. are happy to assist spouses, children and other heirs of a decedent after the passing of their family member with estate law affairs.
Also Serving Jefferson County and Shelby County
With the likely representation of creditors, it is important that the interests of the decedent and heirs are protected through this difficult time.
If you have need of estate planning or if a loved one has passed and advice is needed as to what your next steps may be, please do not hesitate contacting the offices of HHG to allow an attorney to sit down and discuss with you the correct and best legal avenues to transition assets through the probate court from one person to another.
Contact St. Clair County Estate Lawyers Hill, Hill & Gossett, P.C. Attorneys at Law at 205.640.2000 to schedule an appointment to discuss your estate law needs.
Hill, Hill & Gossett, P.C., Attorneys at Law, provide a broad range of legal services to individual, business and local government clients including general civil practice in all courts, governmental affairs, corporate law, personal injury, real estate, domestic relations, estate law, wills and probate, workmen’s compensation, fraud, wrongful death, alternative dispute resolution and criminal defense for St. Clair, Jefferson and Shelby Counties – including, but not limited to, Leeds, Moody, Odenville, Springville, Trussville, Pell City, Ashville and the greater Birmingham area.