Romeoville Probate Attorneys
We are Romeoville Probate Attorneys. We concentrate in Will County Probate Attorneys. We have offices in Naperville, Shorewood, and Yorkville, all offices are near by Romeoville.
Romeoville Probate Attorneys and Estate Administration Attorneys
Our Romeoville Probate Attorneys are detailed-oriented and responsive. We are quality probate attorneys that offer fixed fees for uncontested probate matters in Will County Probate Court at the River Valley Justice Center. Judge Allen is the Probate Judge for Will County. Our law office has experienced attorneys and staff that can assist you and your loved ones with the probate process. We also know alternatives to probate such as Small Estate Affidavits and Selling Real Estate without going through probate court.
Experienced Will County Probate Attorneys
We are skilled and seasoned in the areas of estate administration, small estate affidavits, and probate matters in Romeoville, Bolingbrook, Crest Hill, Lockport, Shorewood, Aurora, Naperville, Wilmington, Joliet, and many other areas in Will County. Our attorneys also concentrate in estate planning, wills and trusts, and living trusts. We are experienced and familiar with the death process and the probate requirements in Will County. Whether you want to probate a Last Will and Testament or your loved one failed to have a Last Will or any other instrument, Sean Robertson and his team at Robertson Legal Group, LLC can assist you.
Opening Up a Probate Estate
Opening up a probate estate in Will County and Romeoville requires a skilled and qualified probate attorney. The Probate process is the court-supervised process in Illinois to wind down the affairs of a deceased person when they died with or without a will. When you need to open up a probate estate or you want to know about alternatives to avoid probate court, Sean Robertson and his team can assist you.
We help with the following matters:
- Small Estate Affidavit (up to $100,000 in personal property only)
- Opening Up a Probate Estate (without a will)
- Opening Up a Decedent’s Probate Estate to Administer a Last Will and Testament
- Filing Out the Probate Paperwork
- Preparing an Affidavit of Heirship
- Oath of Office, Surety Bond Applications, and Petition for Letters of Administration
- Petition for Probate of a Will and Letters Testamentary
- Order of Heirship
- Attended All Probate Proceedings and close out and open the probate case
- Order appointing a Representative or Executor
- Mail out notices to all heirs and legatees
- Selling Real Estate Without Probate (in some cases)
- Affidavit of Heirship Deeds (alternative to Probate Court)