Estate Planning Attorney, Birmingham, AL

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Losing a loved one is a difficult experience. Who do you turn to in a time like that?

  • Are there any creditors we need to pay?
  • Is there a will?
  • Do we need to open a probate?
  • How do we determine the assets in the estate?
  • How are the assets going to be distributed?
  • Who is the executor?
  • What do we need to do with trust?
  • Are there any taxes due?

These are all legitimate questions that may need to be addressed and are made more difficult while grieving the loss of a loved one. AtBouloukos, Oglesby & Mitchell, our knowledgeable Birmingham Estate Lawyers can guide you through this difficult time, so you can spend time with your family.

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Our firm understands the difficulties that is attached to serving as a personal representative. While you’re responsible to properly look after your loved one’s final matters, you also deserve to have the ability to grieve and to have faith that the estate continues to be properly handled by someone acquainted with the process of probate.
Our attorneys have knowledge of the Birmingham probate courts and the best way to coordinate each and every part of the necessary elements for the estate to proceed smoothly through probate. We will help guarantee that your loved one’s estate is correctly handled knowing that it has been effectively probated. Our team works to facilitate the process so that you can concentrate on the most important part of it all: spending time with your family members.

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At Bouloukos, Oglesby & Mitchell, our knowledgeable Birmingham Estate lawyers can guide you through this difficult time and complex process, so you can spend time those who need you the most in this time of loss.

  • Estate administration
  • Probating a Will
  • Probate without a Will
  • Non-probate and probate assets
  • Distributions to beneficiaries
  • Payment of debts and creditors
  • Estate tax

Estate And Elder Law Planning

Protect your assets and wealth, ensuring that your life savings are not consumed by long-term care costs in a nursing home or elder care facility.

Make your wishes clear regarding future health care decisions should you be unable to communicate.

Choose someone you trust to make financial and health care choices for you if you cannot make those choices yourself.

Preserve eligibility for important public benefit programs through a special needs trust or supplemental needs trust

Do Not Face A Future Filled With Unanswered Questions.

Call Our Birmingham Estate Planning Attorneys At (205) 549-4198.