Probate Lawyers in St. Louis

At the Roberts Law Firm, P.C., our attorneys have been providing effective probate and estate administration services for people in St. Louis and surrounding parts of Missouri for more than 25 years. You can be confident in our ability to help you protect your loved one’s assets during this emotional time for you and your family.

When someone dies, the process of validating his or her will is known as probate. The process involves many individual tasks, including transferring assets to beneficiaries, notifying creditors of death, filing legal documents, paying estate taxes, and more.

Contact Us to Find Out How We Can Help You

You have probably heard horror stories about people who have gotten caught up in red tape during the probate process. You may have heard about people getting submerged in the process and not getting everything resolved for a substantial period of time.

Our lawyers know the probate process. We know how to move through it efficiently and effectively. The first step will be working with you to get all of the assets transferred over quickly. The title of the house needs to be transferred out of the deceased’s name, as does everything from cars to stocks. From there, the probate process begins in full. We will stand by your side from start to finish.

Education About the Probate Process

When you come to us for help, you will have a number of questions that you will need answered:

  • How long will the probate process take and how much will it cost?
  • Will federal estate tax returns need to be filed?
  • What if the deceased is behind on credit card bills and other bills?
  • How can siblings be prevented from misusing assets while the process is ongoing?

We have the answers to all of your questions about estate administration. At our law firm, we believe peace of mind is important. We will not bring a discussion to a conclusion until you have the answers you need to be able to sleep soundly at night.

Contact Us if You Have Been Placed in Charge of a Loved One’s Estate

The more than 25 years of experience offered by our attorneys can benefit executors and other parties charged with managing the estate of a deceased person. Send us an e-mail or call us at 636-530-9199.

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