Experienced, Dedicated Attorney Guides Clients Through Probate Process
Losing a loved one is never an easy experience. While dealing with the grief that invariably follows, it can be difficult to focus on the legal procedures necessary to settle the deceased person’s estate. When dealing with these matters it can be helpful to turn to an experienced professional, thereby allowing you to focus on your emotional well being, rather than the legal issues you must face.
At the Law Office of Barbara R. Miller, our attorney relies on more than 30 years of experience to offer probate representation to clients in the District of Columbia and Maryland. We understand the emotional challenges you face in the aftermath of a loved one’s death and strive to shoulder your legal burdens so that you can attend to personal issues.
Contact our office on line or call 202-750-2610 to schedule your free 30-minute consultation to discuss your situation.
Comprehensive Attention to Your Needs
We work diligently to guide you through the probate process as quickly and painlessly as possible. To that end, we rely on in-depth knowledge of local proceedings, which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. We assist you with every step of the probate process, including:
- Initial filing of the Will
- Preparation & filing of the petition for probate
- Valuation of assets and preparation of inventory
- Notification of creditors and assistance in resolving any claims
- Advice concerning tax issues
- Assistance with closure of accounts and sale of assets
- Preparation of personal representative’s account(s)
- Final distribution of assets to legatees or heirs
Throughout the process we offer timely advice and address any questions or concerns you may have. We understand the need for careful attention to your case and work diligently to ensure that each detail is addressed as efficiently as possible.
Contact our office to schedule your free 30 minute consultation today.
Law Office of Barbara Miller
1100 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Suite 730
Washington, District of Columbia 20036