Guiding You Through Probate In Ohio

If a beloved recently passed away, you and your family have enough to handle. The very last thing you would like is the added stress, confusion and frustration of making an attempt to navigate Ohio’s probate process on your own.

 

Let the Law Offices of Amy R. Turos be your compassionate guide and advocate. We will address all the legal issues and make sure that your family’s best interests are served throughout this troublesome time. based in Garrettsville, we represent families in Portage County, Geauga County and in the surrounding areas.

Were You Named As The Personal Representative?

If you have been named as the executor or personal representative, attorney Amy R. Turos can fully explain your rights and responsibilities under Ohio law. Among other responsibilities, the court will expect you to:

 

  1. Compile a comprehensive list of the decedent’s assets.
  2. Pay off the decedent’s debts, funeral expenses, etc., with the estate assets.
  3. Distribute any remaining assets to the appropriate heirs and beneficiaries.

Because you will be in charge of handling money and other assets, you have a duty to keep track of all expenditures and account for your actions. If you don’t, you could potentially be sued for breach of fiduciary duty. This is one reason it is critical to have experienced legal representation. Our firm’s mission is to protect you from personal liability while helping you successfully administer your loved one’s estate.

Were You Named As The Personal Representative?

If you have been named as the executor or personal representative, attorney Amy R. Turos can fully explain your rights and responsibilities under Ohio law. Among other responsibilities, the court will expect you to:

 

  1. Compile a comprehensive list of the decedent’s assets.
  2. Pay off the decedent’s debts, funeral expenses, etc., with the estate assets.
  3. Distribute any remaining assets to the appropriate heirs and beneficiaries.

Because you will be in charge of handling money and other assets, you have a duty to keep track of all expenditures and account for your actions. If you don’t, you could potentially be sued for breach of fiduciary duty. This is one reason it is critical to have experienced legal representation. Our firm’s mission is to protect you from personal liability while helping you successfully administer your loved one’s estate.

Learn More By Arranging A Consultation Today

Our law firm is committed to providing you with our comprehensive probate services at competitive rates. To speak to our attorney about your specific needs, please call our office at 330-221-3104 or send us an email using our contact form. We are able to meet with you at a location that is most convenient for you.