Joliet Small Estate Affidavit Attorneys

Joliet Small Estate Attorneys

JOLIET SMALL ESTATE AFFIDAVIT ATTORNEYS

Sean Robertson and Robertson Legal Group, LLC concentrate in small estate affidavits and Will County Probate matters in Joliet.  Our estate planning and probate attorneys help with the probate and non-probate process in Joliet, Crest Hill, Lockport, Plainfield, and Shorewood areas.  Our small estate affidavit attorneys assist residents of Joliet and the surrounding areas with their small estate affidavits to avoid probate court.
 
In Joliet, small estate of less than $100,000 in personal property are exempted from the probate process in Joliet and Will County.  Our probate attorneys can guide you through the small estate affidavit process.  Sean Robertson heads Robertson Legal Group, LLC and is an seasoned probate and small estate afidavit attorney in Joliet.  Sean Robertson is a graduate of DePaul University College of Law and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Sean Robertson may be reached at 630-882-9117.
 
 PROBATE ATTORNEYS SERVING JOLIET AND WILL COUNTY
 
Call us today to see whether a small estate affidavit is the best choice for you and your loved ones.  Probate is the court-supervised process of a decedent’s estate to pass their assets to their family members and heirs.  Sean Robertson and his team of attorneys and support staff assist people with the probate court process in Will County and Joliet.  Generally, a small estate affidavit is a quick and smooth process.  If you are facing probate court or want a small estate affidavit, call Sean Robertson and his team of support staff and attorneys at 630-882-9117.
 
WHY HIRE A PROBATE OR SMALL ESTATE AFFIDAVIT ATTORNEY?
 
Hiring an estate or probate attorney is critical to determine what is the best choice for you and your family.  In many cases, a small estate affidavit is the correct decision, but there are times where a probate proceeding has several benefits over a small estate affidavit.  Here are the several advantages of a probate proceeding versus a small estate affidavit:
  • Cut off creditor claims because probate court has a 6 month deadline after publication has occurred
  • Conclude who are the rightful heirs and legatees of a probate estate
  • Gain certainty
  • Real estate should be probated in many instances unless the heirs agree to sale the real estate where probate court may not be necessary
  • Protect the heirs and executor from claims by the decedent’s creditors
  • Discover assets and appraise property

Call us today to see whether a small estate affidavit is the best choice for you and your loved ones.  Probate is the court-supervised process of a decedent’s estate to pass their assets to their family members and heirs.  Sean Robertson and his team of attorneys and support staff assist people with the probate court process in Will County and Joliet. 

CALL OUR EXPERIENCED JOLIET SMALL ESTATE AFFIDAVIT ATTORNEYS TODAY AT 630-882-9117

A small estate affidavit is a good decision, which requires an experienced probate and small estate affidavit.  Sean Robertson may be reached at 630-882-9117.  Our qualified probate and non-probate attorneys can guide you through the small estate process in Illinois.