Probate And Estate Administration In Alaska

Dealing with a loved one's death is a challenging process in most families. When there is a will in place, a designated personal representative (executor or executrix) is responsible for taking the estate through the probate process. When there is not a will, the estate is said to be intestate, and the next of kin in many cases will petition the court to be granted authority to take control of assets and distribute them according to state law. As part of a will or separate from a will, there may be one or more trusts with trustees who have the right to administer those assets according to the terms of the trust.

Get Legal Advice On Probate And Estates

In any case, survivors who are managing probate and trust administration need a lawyer's guidance to ensure that all legal requirements are fulfilled. Aglietti, Offret & Woofter is available to help Alaskans with probate and estate administration needs.

We, at Aglietti, Offret & Woofter, are prepared to bring our more than three decades of experience to help you and your loved ones work through estate administration and planning issues, tailored to your unique goals. Our hands-on personalized approach ensures that we walk clients through each step of the process, taking the time to fully understand all issues and unique wants and needs. From there, our lawyers are able to develop and execute a plan that preserves the needs of the executor/trustee and deceased.

Update Your Own Estate Planning

Planning for the future is something every family should undertake. Change happens, sometimes unexpectedly. Properly planning and adjusting to these changes, even when they are difficult, allows you to take control of your life, reduce stress and legal fees, and preserve the wishes of your loved ones, living and deceased.

We Can Direct You To The Appropriate Legal Solutions

We are prepared to bring our comprehensive knowledge to work on cases involving:

  • Estate planning
  • Probate
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Powers of attorney
  • Advance directives for health care

Decisive and deliberate action is extremely beneficial in reaching the best possible resolution that preserves your wishes and financial well-being. We encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible to schedule an initial consultation.

Our fusion of experience and a personalized approach to estate planning and administration issues has helped hundreds of Alaska families. We are ready to bring it to yours. To schedule an initial consultation with one of our Anchorage probate and estate administration attorneys, call 907-519-6605 or email the firm.