When a person passes away, assets owned in a person's name alone will likely have to go through a court process called "probate" before his or her loved ones may receive the estate assets. And before the loved ones may receive such assets, final bills must be paid, real property and personal property may need to be sold, and other financial and legal matters must be resolved. The probate process can be costly and laborious. It requires organization and effective collaboration between the attorneys, financial advisors, real estate professionals, and tax specialists to handle the final matters of a person's estate.
These administrative responsibilities only add to an already emotional and strenuous period for family and friends who are mourning the loss of a loved one. Jennifer recognizes this, and will provide effective counsel and facilitate an efficient process to make the probate process manageable.