Our probate clients come to us at a very emotional time. They recently lost someone very important to them, and it has had a major impact upon their lives.
If your family member lived in California, you most likely will find yourself going through the probate process in the state, especially if substantial assets are involved. Probate is the way that the courts ensure that specific property is distributed correctly, and there are many different requirements that must be satisfied throughout the entire process.
At the Contreras Law Firm, our attorneys offer comprehensive assistance with the probate process. Whether you have recently lost a loved one or are in the midst of a challenge to the estate, we are ready to provide you with the representation that you and your family need.
Helping Reduce The Stress Involved With Probate
Like many of our clients, you may not have any idea about what the probate process actually entails. We will help you understand what happens and what must be done to conclude the probate. We will take the time to answer any questions, and work together with you to resolve any issues that you may encounter. Our probate practice consists of helping:
- Local and out-of-state family members who need to probate an estate in California
- Families whose loved ones owned a business or commercial properties within the state
- Individuals probate multimillion-dollar estates or those with other significant assets
In some situations, litigation may arise at some point in the probate process. Our attorneys have extensive experience in the courtroom, and we are confident that we can protect your interests at trial. We will not pass you off to another firm when things become more complicated. We will be there with you throughout the probating of the estate.
Schedule A Free Consultation
Our lawyers want to make the probate process as easy as possible for you and your family. Call our San Diego office at 619-908-1495 or send us an email to learn more about how we can be of assistance at this difficult time.Back to Top