When you die, your probate assets need to be identified, collected and distributed to their rightful owners. Your bills need to be paid. Until someone is named by the Probate Court, no one has authority to act for you. Probate administration is a procedure where someone (your Executor if you have a Will and a court appointed Administrator if you do not) is named by the Probate Court to take charge of all your probate assets, pay your bills and ultimately make the proper distributions.

Other Frequently Asked Questions:
What is an estate plan?
What is a taxable estate?
What is probate property?
What is probate administration?
Who should have an estate plan?
How can my estate plan lower the federal transfer tax liability?
How can I plan for long term care and disability of a child or adult?


Judith A. Jarashow
Attorney At Law
60 Walnut Street
Wellesley, Massachusetts 02481
Phone: 781-943-4144
Fax: 781-943-4199

Web site: www.jarashowlaw.com
Email: judy@jarashowlaw.com