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With our probate services, you can trust that you or your loved one’s final wishes are carried out with care and attention to detail. Our knowledgeable probate professionals will work diligently to navigate the intricate legal procedures involved in probate administration, ensuring that assets are properly valued, debts are settled, and distributions are made in a timely manner.

We understand the importance of honoring your loved one’s legacy and will handle the probate process with sensitivity and respect. Let us provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your loved one’s estate is in capable hands. Request your consultation today to lift the burden off your shoulders.

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Book your consultation with an experienced probate lawyer and put the complex matters of estate law into the hands of caring professionals with your best interests in mind.

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Experienced Probate Attorneys in Lexington, KY

From asset valuation and estate administration to debt settlement and beneficiary distribution, we are here to ensure that your loved one’s estate is managed appropriately, in accordance with their wishes and all legal requirements. Make this stressful time easier by letting our attorneys work with you to ensure no matter is left unattended.


Our team is here to assess your circumstances and cover all the bases of estate administration, carefully following probate law while helping you understand and prioritize your affairs.


We are by your side through every step of your probate process, handling the transfer of assets, inheritance taxes, and legal proceedings with your greatest benefit in mind.


Our team alleviates the stress of probate administration, allowing you to feel confident that everything is seen to and focus on grieving and healing during this difficult time.

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What is Probate?

When a loved one passes away, his or her estate often goes through a court-managed process called probate or estate administration, where the assets of the deceased are managed and distributed. Think of estate administration as a play-by-play process that is completed according to the probate court’s guidelines. 

Contrary to popular belief, probate does not apply only in cases where the decedent left a will. An estate must be administered whether there is a will or not, and our attorneys are here to guide you through the process so that you don’t miss out on any benefits or forget anything important. Contact us today to book your consultation appointment.

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Your Probate FAQs

Upon the death of an individual, their will is submitted to probate court. The court appoints an executor, who will be responsible for managing the settlement of the estate. Typically, the executor is designated in a will by the decedent.

Rarely, if ever, will there be a formal “reading of the will” ceremony, but the executor will still need to notify all beneficiaries of the will’s submission to probate court and follow through on administering the estate. That’s where Elder Law Lawyers can help. Contact us today to request your consultation.

The legalities of Kentucky probate law can make estate administration difficult for regular people to navigate. Some of the ways a probate attorney can help include:

  • Reduce stress caused by these complex legal matters
  • Access the estate sooner
  • Avoid rejection in the courts
  • Prevent missing anything important
  • Resolve debts smoothly
  • Reduce conflicts within the family, among the inheritors

Technically speaking, probate means the legal proving and administration of a will, or of a deceased person’s estate when there is not a will. It involves probate court, the estate executor, and all beneficiaries.

If there is no will to designate beneficiaries, the courts will determine how to distribute your assets based on Kentucky succession laws. This method of distribution involves complicated formulas, and it may unpleasantly surprise you and your loved ones to find out who the state thinks your assets should go to.

Contact Elder Law Lawyers today to book a consultation where you can assess your probate circumstances and discuss the proactive estate planning process.

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At Elder Law Lawyers, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience required to counsel executors and personal representatives for all estate administration matters. We make it easy to navigate fiduciary matters and any conflicts that arise in connection with the probate and estate administration process.

Don’t break the bank or let your family crack under the pressure that a loved one’s passing can bring. Our team of experienced probate professionals can guide you through every step of the probate process with efficiency and expertise. Contact us today to reserve your consultation appointment.

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