Grace Law Offices, LLC will help you navigate the probate process.


If you have a loved one who has recently passed away, you may be wondering what happens to their possession, property and money. Probate and estate administration can be a complicated process, and it’s important to have a competent, organized professional by your side. At Grace Law Offices, we aim to take the weight of the process off your shoulders while making sure that your loved one’s legacy is honored.


Small Estates/Exempt Estates

In some cases, a full probate is not required and the estate administration can be accomplished using other tools such as:


  • Affidavit of Survivorship
  • Affidavit of Collection of Personal Property
  • Summary Probate Proceedings


Larger Estates

If a full probate is required, we will help you determine which of the following types of probate is appropriate:


  • Informal Probate
  • Formal Unsupervised Probate
  • Formal Supervised Probate


Trust Administration

If your loved one had property held in trust, there are steps that need to be taken to honor their wishes regarding what happens to the trust property at their death:


  • Trust Document Review
  • Trust Property Collection & Distribution
  • Trustee’s Deeds