Estate Administration in Arizona and New Mexico
Protect Yourself After a Loved One’s Death
If you are appointed as the executor/personal representative for a loved one’s estate, it is important to protect yourself and to carry out your duties as effectively as possible. We can offer legal advice and help you deal with burdens and issues that arise. Understanding the steps to take after the death of a loved one can make a difference in how an estate will be handled by creditors, family members and the court.
Morris, Hall & Kinghorn, P.L.L.C., is recognized as one of the southwestern United States’ foremost law firms in all areas of estate administration and probate law. For more than 30 years, our practice has focused on helping families and executors protect themselves following the death of an estate holder by properly performing their required functions.
Estate Administration and Probate
MHK has helped clients with estates of every size, including large, complex estates as well as modest estates that are not subject to the probate process. We also represent families from out of state that need local counsel.
If you have an existing will or a trust that was written more than a year ago, it is important to have those documents reviewed to ensure that they still provide the protection you deserve. Our estate administration attorneys can provide that review and advise you on any changes that need to be made.
Contact Our Firm Regarding Your Rights in Estate Administration
Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced probate lawyer today. Our offices are located in Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque and communities throughout Arizona and New Mexico.