KANE COUNTY PROPERTY ATTORNEY
Sean Robertson is a probate attorney concentrating in real estate, estate planning, and probate law. Sean Robertson is a high-quality attorney that is passionate about helping others. Unlike a lot of attorneys, Attorney Robertson is caring about helping people. Probate often occurs at a family member’s death and it is a difficult time. Probate is required because a family member failed to plan for their death. Or perhaps the decedent was unaware that probate court is required when a person only has a Last Will and Testament.
SKILLED AND RESPONSIVE KANE COUNTY PROBATE LAWYER
Probate court is required when a person has a will or deceases without an estate plan. Probate court is the court supervised court proceeding to determine the rightful heirs of a deceased person. Moreover, probate court assures that the decedent’s creditors are paid, and the appropriate heirs inherit. Essentially, probate court addresses estate inheritance issues. Attorney Robertson is a well-qualified probate and real estate attorney. Unlike many probate attorneys, Attorney Robertson has a strong real estate background.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE: PROBATE AND NON-PROBATE ALTERNATIVES
A significant reason people have probate court is due to real estate. Often, a person dies without having a designated beneficiary. Attorney Robertson has alternatives to probate court to address real estate title issues. An affidavit of heirship and an heirship deed may be appropriate when heirs are amicable and want to sale real estate. In the alternative, probate court is an excellent way to address heirship issues and make sure creditor’s claims are addressed. Attorney Robertson practices in the areas of estates and trusts, probate, and real estate law. Gateville Law Firm is an excellent real estate and probate law firm to address your real estate and non-real estate issues. Attorney Robertson is Principal of Gateville Law Firm.
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A small estate affidavit is an appropriate legal strategy when a person or family has less than $100,000 in personal property and no real estate interests. The purpose of a small estate affidavit is to administer simple estates quickly and cost-effectively. Attorney Sean Robertson has experience with probate court and non-probate alternatives. Depending on your circumstances, Attorney Robertson will give legal advice that is in your family’s best interests. Contact Sean Robertson at 630-780-1034 or via online contact form.