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After death, individuals’ assets are normally distributed to their survivors through the probate process. This is the case whether or not the person had a will. Retaining an attorney to provide legal representation to the estate can bring calm and reassurance in what is often a stressful and uncertain situation.
The probate process in Maryland, as in all states, has very particular legal requirements. As a fiduciary of the estate, the personal representative is responsible for ensuring that the estate is administered in accordance with the provisions expressed in the will, if any, and the controlling law. We can assist in ensuring all legal obligations are met and the estate is administered promptly and efficiently.