Probate & Estate Administration
Experienced Irving Estate Planning Attorney
Have you been named the successor trustee of a trust or the executor or
personal representative of a will? If so, there are a number of fiduciary
duties that come with those titles. These duties can be complex and confusing,
especially when you are grieving from the loss of your loved one.
Contact J. Roland Jeter, P.C.
for more information about your case.
You can rely on Roland Jeter to represent you throughout the estate administration
and probate process. It is his intention to help you to understand the
legal and financial process to make it seem less daunting and overwhelming.
How Can J. Roland Jeter, P.C. Help You?
Mr. Jeter realizes that every client is different. While some individuals
choose to request simple legal guidance and general guidelines, others
request his services for handling all of you or your loved ones' final
affairs. It is important to choose the executor of your will or trustee
of your trust carefully, as they will have a lot of responsibility in
their hands. Mr. Jeter can assist you in working out issues or disputes,
such as discrepancies in the will or guardianship directives.
Executors and successor trustees are responsible for:
- Gathering all of the necessary documents
- Notifying the heirs and beneficiaries who are listed in the document
- Completing the valuation process of property and assets
- Handling the payment of the estate's debts
- Preparing all federal and state estate tax returns
- Distributing the assets as listed
Providing an Honest Assessment of Your Case
When you meet with Mr. Jeter during your
consultation, he will offer you an estimation about how he can help your case and exactly
what his fees will be. He has represented a number of clients in probate
and estate administration cases in the over 35 years he has been in practice,
and is known for his professionalism, extensive knowledge, and skill.
Call him today at (973) 330-4050 to schedule your appointment for a