Don’t be intimidated, probating an estate in Alabama is not as complicated as advertised by many. In fact, it can be done quickly and cheaply with the right estate plan – and the right attorneys. Avoiding probate in Alabama can be beneficial, but more times than not, going through the probate court to administer an estate is necessary. There are a number of reasons for this including:
• Transferring title to land to your heirs
• Transferring assets to heirs, beneficiaries
• Accessing bank accounts of the decedent
• Settling debts, mortgages, and claims
• Bringing wrongful death suits
These are just a few of the reasons that probating an estate may be necessary. For most people in Alabama, administering a decedent’s estate through probate court in their county is simply to ensure that property of the decedent goes to the rightful heir or beneficiary. The probate attorneys of Martinson & Beason, P.C. have almost 75 years of experience in assisting clients with navigating this process and ensuring that everything is done correctly.
It is important to know that although the probate process in Alabama can, and in some cases should be avoided, it doesn’t have to be difficult. The Huntsville, Alabama probate attorneys at Martinson & Beason, P.C. have all the expertise, experience, and tools necessary to ensure that the process is done as quickly and efficiently as possible.