estate administration & probate
During this time of emergency, the need to administer the estate of loved one who has passed away does not diminish.
Homes still need to be maintained, bills still need to be paid, and the beneficiaries still need the peace of mind of knowing that they will still receive their inheritance to help them through these times of layoffs, job loss, and general uncertainty as to their future.
At Visionary Law we recognize this need and continue to take on new estate administration files and submit them to the court, we see this as our duty. This allows the Executor or Administrator to receive the Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration they need to carry out their duty.
Currently, the court is still processing Estate Administration requests, albeit slowly, and we believe that once it returns to “business-as-usual” that the court will process requests in order of filing. If you are the Executor named in a Will or are seeking to Administer the estate of someone who has died intestate (without a will) we encourage you to submit your documents to the court before they experience the inevitable back-log that will flow from their substantial suspension in operations.
If you have any questions and would like to speak with us to better understand how we can be of service to you and your family, please contact our office to schedule a 30 minute consultation.