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  Philadelphia Probate & Estate Administration Attorney

Writing a will allows us to control the distribution of our property and other assets after we die. But if you die without a will, your property may be distributed according to state law (called intestacy laws). This can result in a property division you would not have approved.

Probate and estate administration involve the gathering and distribution of a deceased's property under court supervision. First the estate must be "opened". Then the deceased's property must be identified and collected, and any unpaid debts or taxes paid. Finally the remaining property is distributed either according to the deceased’s will or state law. Administering an estate often can be a long and costly process. A carefully written Will, however, can help minimize the time and costs involved.

Whether writing a will or administering an estate, you need an attorney you trust. Attorney Sam Alboum has helped numerous clients administer the estates of friends and loved ones. That is why if you or someone you love needs assistance with probate or estate administration, you should contact Attorney Sam Alboum to help you.

If you, a loved one or friend need assistance with probate or estate administration, contact Philadelphia Wills and Estate Attorney Sam Alboum at (215) 546-3820, or click here to send Sam an email.