Taking Charge of a Loved One’s Estate.

When a family member or loved one dies, their estate must be taken over and distributed under the direction of the will or the laws of the state. A person who drafts a will (also known as a “Testator”) generally appoints a person (called an “executor”) to handle these affairs after he passes away. The executor’s job is not always an easy task. Executors have many things to take into consideration including finding and probating a loved one’s will, making an inventory of the estate’s assets, and carrying out the specific needs of the estate. 

Attorney Adam Anderson has had years of experience with helping clients through the stages of being an executor. He understands how complex estate administration can be and wants to help alleviate much of the stress associated with this process.

The following is a small list of the many services Attorney Anderson can assist you with:

  • finding and probating a will
  • death announcements and certificates
  • estate inventory and tax considerations
  • estate payments and asset distribution
  • asset protection; and
  • other considerations

 

If you or a family member has been appointed the executor of an estate, call Adam Anderson today at 412-434-4911 x 14 to discuss your specific needs. 

 

Eric Davis, Esq.

Elliott & Davis, PC

412.434.4911 x 11

eric@elliott-davis.com

425 First Avenue, First Floor Pittsburgh, PA 15219

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