The probate process exists to carry out the wishes of a deceased person and bring their remaining affairs into order. The court will supervise estate administration in an informal or formal probate depending on the legal issues presented after the death of an individual. Property can pass after a death by will, trust, or even without estate planning documents. An Omaha probate attorney can assist a client in administering an estate, asserting the client’s rights under a will or trust, and help to insure that the wishes of the individual who has passed away are followed. Dealing with an inventory, creditors, serving notice, taxes, court filings, and distributions to heirs are all important tasks that we can assist you with at the Thompson Law Office.
Attorney Nick Halbur has addressed probate court issues for clients in Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota. Please contact us today to speak about moving your probate matter forward.
Practical advice. Thompson Law Office is a law firm that provides practical advice and legal guidance to individuals, couples, families and business owners in probate matters in Omaha and surrounding areas. We provide personalized legal services for clients seeking advice on a client’s rights and responsibilities in the probate process.
Probate Law Practice Areas:
Some of the probate legal services provided by Thompson Law Office include:
- • Probate of estates
- • Formal and informal proceedings
- • Small estates and large estates
- • Administration and inventory
- • Assistance to personal representatives / executors of estates
Free legal information about estate planning, wills, living wills, durable powers of attorney for health care, and elder law in Nebraska
You may also find the following free legal resources useful as you decide which lawyer to consult about your probate law matter. These brochures were prepared by the Nebraska State Bar Association:
- Wills (pdf)
- Living Will & Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (pdf)
- Living Trusts (pdf)
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