What To Do After A Death
The loss of a loved one can bring up difficult and unfamiliar legal issues at a time when your family needs time and space to grieve. The assistance of an experienced attorney can help your family take care of the legal necessities without unnecessary stress and concern.
I am Randy L. Williams, Clark and Williams, LLC, a Loveland attorney with extensive experience guiding clients throughout northern Colorado through the probate administration process. I also assist clients with the resolution of any disputes that may arise with respect to estates and trusts.
Representing Executors, Families And Individuals In Probate Matters
If you have been named as a personal representative (aka executor) in the will of a family member who has died, I can help you fulfill your responsibilities. If a family member has died without a will, I can help you determine what needs to be done to settle his or her estate.
I understand how difficult it can be to deal with legal issues after the death of a loved one, and I take a compassionate approach to assisting clients with probate and estate matters.
I also represent executors, beneficiaries and other interested parties in will contests and other contested probate matters, including guardianship and conservatorship disputes, helping clients protect their interests through negotiation when possible and litigation when necessary.
Contact A Northern Colorado Estate And Probate Attorney At 970-744-4974
To discuss what to do after a death and how I can assist you with the administration of a loved one’s estate or any other probate matter, please contact my office at 970-744-4974 or by email. Based in Loveland, I handle probate matters throughout northern Colorado.