The attorney at Tyrell Law, PLLC can explain what first makes a will valid. At a minimum, a will is required to:
The next step is to clarify probate laws. At its most basic level, the legal process of probate is the transfer of property of the deceased to his or her beneficiaries according to the will. In the absence of a valid will, the laws of intestate succession dictate the transfer.
Once a person dies, our probate law attorney assist you in carrying out the probate process to:
To prove a will’s genuineness, you need to show that the deceased was in sound mind and was not under any sort of pressure or the victim of any foul play.
Our attorney can also help you ensure that either all or some of your property passes directly to your heirs without going through probate court. To do so, we use the following means:
If you need advice in understanding probate laws and process, contact Tyrell Law, PLLC today. We also represent clients in Boulder City and Henderson.
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