Probate

Probate Law

Our Probate Courts are often required to speak for those who cannot speak for themselves. The Probate Code has set guidelines for the Courts to follow. The first step is to appoint a person to act on behalf of those who cannot act for themselves. The Court appoints Personal Representatives to oversee the assets of the deceased, Guardians to control the care of the incapacitated, and Conservators to oversee the assets of the incapacitated.