YORKVILLE PROBATE ATTORNEY: TRUSTED KENDALL COUNTY PROBATE LAWYERS
Gateville Law Firm are trusted probate, estate administration, and real estate attorneys focused on probate matters in Yorkville and Oswego, Illinois. Our probate attorneys assist people with the court supervised process to identify heirs and administers a decedent’s estate (a deceased person’s estate). Our probate attorneys can assist you with the following matters:
- Identifying the correct heirs and legatees as described in the Will
- Mailing out appropriate notices to heirs and legatees
- Appointing an executor or independent administrator to conduct the affairs of a decedent
- Identifying whether probate is the best course of action versus non-probate alternatives
- Identify whether non-probate means to sell real estate and clean up real estate is the appropriate decision
SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN KENDALL COUNTY
Attorney Sean Robertson is a skilled and experienced real estate attorney with a strong background in estate planning, estate administration, and probate law. Our probate staff and attorneys are experienced at the sale of real estate. Our probate lawyers can clear up title issues and sale real estate in a prompt and responsive manner.
Often, non-probate court alternatives are available for people with real estate. These non-probate matters involve clearing up the title issues affecting real estate and placing the real estate up for sale. Second, Attorney Sean Robertson can help you identify whether a non-probate alternative is a better alternative than probate court. Attorney Robertson has over 15 years of experience as an attorney. Attorney Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law.
SMALL ESTATE AFFIDAVITS: AN ALTERNATIVE TO KENDALL COUNTY PROBATE COURT
Drafting a small estate affidavit is an alternative to the Kendall County Probate Court process. Attorney Sean Robertson handles a lot of small estate affidavits and can assist you and your loved ones identify whether a small estate affidavit is an appropriate solution. A small estate affidavit is a non-probate process, which requires the heirs to have less than $100,000 in personal property (such as an insurance check or bank accounts). Personal property and real estate will not qualify for a small estate affidavit. Second, the heirs must agree to pay the estate’s creditors similar to the probate court process.
SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED ESTATE INHERITANCE ATTORNEYS IN YORKVILLE ILLINOIS
Hire a trusted Yorkville and Kendall County Probate Law Firm. Our estate administration and probate alternatives will guide you and your loved ones through the Kendall County Probate Process. Our probate, estate administration, and real estate expertise is critical when it comes to administering probate estates. Contact our trusted attorney at 630-780-1034 or via online contact form.