The loss of a loved one can be stressful and overwhelming. The probate process can often times intensify and complicate matters for someone who is nominated personal representative (or executor) or for someone who is a beneficiary of an estate. Blahnik, Prchal & Stoll Law Office, PLLC gives personal representatives and/or beneficiaries peace of mind and helps minimize the stress of probate. The attorneys provide dedicated representation for personal representatives and/or beneficiaries from the commencement of the proceeding through the closing of the estate.
We can help with:
- interpreting the Last Will
- identifying and recovering estate assets
- identifying beneficiaries
- attending all court appearances and filing necessary court documents
- identifying required tax filings
- inventorying all assets (including valuing assets)
- settling debts and obligations
- re-titling assets
Estates with less than $75,000 in assets: Minnesota Statute § 524.3-1201 allows for collection of personal property by affidavit in the event the decedent does not have real property titled in his or her name alone and the monetary value of the personal property is less than $75,000. Blahnik, Prchal & Stoll Law Office, PLLC can help the family/beneficiaries collect assets, speak to creditors, and facilitate distributions without going to court.
Our office has many referrals and resources that are helpful in administering an estate including accountants, financial advisers, real estate agents, and others.
Contact attorney Kimberly A. Prchal today for your complimentary initial consultation (952) 479-0449 or email@example.com