Helping Spokane Valley Residents Resolve Their Affidavit (Lack of Probate) Matters
When a loved one passes away, there is a series of events that unfold regarding the administration of their estate. While many estates enter a period known as probate, there are circumstances in which Washington real estate may be transferred without going through the probate process.
The knowledgeable estate planning attorneys at Legacy Law Group are fully prepared to address your estate planning and probate questions, so give us a call today.
When an Affidavit of Lack of Probate May be Used
There are a few scenarios in which a beneficiary may use an affidavit that allows the transfer of property to occur without going through probate. For instance, an affidavit (lack of probate) may be used when there are limited beneficiaries and the decedent owes no debts. If you are considering whether an affidavit may be right for your situation, it’s a good idea to contact an experienced probate lawyer to go over your options.
Customized Legal Guidance
Matters of estate administration and probate matters can quickly become complex, so it’s helpful to seek the assistance of a trusted attorney. We will meet with you to discuss and understand the unique considerations of your situation so that we can provide you the customized legal guidance you need in order to move forward with confidence. Whether you pursue an affidavit or proceed with formal probate, we will ensure that all steps and considerations, such as tax obligations, are handled accordingly. Reach out today to learn more.