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Estate planning and probate can be involved processes. For those who are just getting started with either of them, knowing some fundamental terms can be a good place to start, as it can begin to familiarize people with the key terms they will likely be hearing and needing to understand as they move forward.
To this end, below is a helpful glossary to reference as you prepare to start the estate planning or probate process. When you need experienced help with an estate plan or probate, however, contact a seasoned Denver estate & probate attorney at Colorado Estate Matters, Ltd.
Administrator – The court-appointed person or fiduciary who oversees the estate administration process if there is no executor or personal representative for an estate (because none has been named in a will or none of the designated parties wishes to serve in this position)
These, of course, are by no means all of the terms fundamental to estate planning and probate. If you need more answers about either of these processes, contact Colorado Estate Matters, Ltd. today.
When you are ready to develop, revise or administer an estate plan or when you need the best representation in probate, you can turn to the Denver estate & probate attorney at Colorado Estate Matters, Ltd.
We can discuss your estate planning needs and different options during our consultation. To schedule this meeting, call us at (303) 713-9147 or email us using the contact form at the top of this page.
From our offices in Denver, we serve clients throughout the southwest and southeast Metro Area, including (but not limited to) people in Highlands Ranch, Littleton, Castle Rock, Parker, Aurora, Greenwood Village, Englewood, Centennial, Wheat Ridge, Golden and Arvada.