Probate Court – is a segment of the judicial system that’s primarily charged with handling such matters as wills, estates, conservatorships, and guardianships, as well as the commitment of mentally ill persons to institutions designed to help them.
The loss of a loved one is a devastating event. Dealing with the complicated and often confusing requirements of probate only makes matters worse. To assist families, our Firm provides a full range of services to help and guide you through the probate process. We can provide representation for the Personal Representative or any other interested party. Whether you need limited assistance, or just need help with preparation of a Deed of Distribution, we can help.
The Probate process can be a little overwhelming at times. We want to make your experience go as smoothly as possible.
How do we work?
- We talk about your specific needs in our initial consultation
- We present our cost for services to you in one fixed fee amount in uncontested cases, or an estimated litigation budget in contested cases
- We provide you with a checklist for gathering the necessary information needed by the courts
- The MP Morris Firm will complete and file the required probate forms, including:
- The Application for Informal/Formal Probate
- Information to Heirs and Devisees
- Inventory and Appraisement
- All documents required to close the estate
The MP Morris Law Firm will be your partner in the probate process. We give you peace of mind as we prepare all of the probate court filings and advise you on the best course of action for your particular situation. We will ensure all the required actions are completed and the Personal Representative doesn’t miss any important deadlines. Call us at (803) 851-1076 today.
Conservator – is the legal process where the court appoints a protector to manage the financial affairs of another because of physical or mental limitations
Guardian – is the legal process where the court appoints a person to manage the welfare of a child or incompetent adult
We will help you protect your loved ones by petitioning the court to establish or dissolve a conservatorship or guardianship.