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Areas of Focus

Estate Administration

Generally, estate administration involves the handling of assets, debts, expenses and taxes after death. Effective estate planning followed by proper administration allows clients and their families to reap the benefits that competent legal guidance provides.

At Kamine & Schilling, LLC, we provide a complete range of estate administration services covering all aspects of administering estates and trusts. We assist personal representatives, trustees, executors, and administrators in carrying out their administrative duties. We provide legal advice regarding the sale and disposition of assets and real property. We draft and prepare necessary court documents. We assist clients in re-titling property as well as overseeing the administration of guardianships and conservatorships. We prepare necessary tax filings, including for state and federal estate taxes, gift taxes, generation skipping taxes, inheritance taxes as well as fiduciary income taxes for trusts and estates and personal income taxes.

When conflicts arise over estate matters, we represent clients in dispute resolution and litigation. Some areas that typically require legal assistance include the following:

  • Contested property sales
  • Identification of missing property and assets
  • Will Contests
  • Trust Disputes
  • Conflicts over ownership of assets
  • Contested guardianships or conservatorships
  • Estate tax disputes
  • Conflicts between beneficiaries
  • Heirship Lawsuits
  • Justified removal of executors or administrators

Our knowledge and expertise in estate administration has been developed over years of successful client representation. There are many aspects to effective estate administration, and through experience we have honed our skills and take pride in our ability to offer clients results-oriented services in this area.

To arrange a consultation to discuss your estate administration concerns, please contact us at our office by phone at 513-721-6151 .

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