Do I need an attorney?

Do I need an attorney?

When someone dies, a qualified attorney will help ensure that the affairs of the deceased are resolved correctly, fairly, and according to the law. Additionally, an attorney can help navigate legal complexities, advise on tax issues, and minimize potential legal problems and fairness issues that may occur among survivors. An attorney is particularly needed where a survivor may have trouble managing their affairs due to age, infirmity, or immaturity; where businesses are involved; where there may be a conflict among survivors; when the decedent owes substantial amounts to creditors; or for other unusual or troubling circumstances. Regardless of the size of the estate, a qualified attorney can advise you before you act and help you avoid more costly legal services later.

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