North Dakota Probate Attorney
Guidance for the Estate Administration Process
At Pringle & Herigstad, P.C., we do extensive work in the area of estate administration and probate, particularly with regard to clients owning farm and mineral properties. In North Dakota, it is not unusual for families to have a significant amount of real estate property or business assets.
If you care about protecting your assets and ensuring they are passed onto your family in the event of illness or death, we can help. Our Minot probate attorneys can also assist you if your loved one has passed and you need assistance with distributing their estate.
Our firm provides services in all aspects of estate administration and planning, including:
- Administration of estates and trusts and fiduciary
- Individual and income tax planning
- Advice and assistance concerning wills
- Drafting of revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Advice for charitable giving and other gifts
Protecting Your Assets with Estate Planning
One of the main purposes of drafting a thorough estate plan is to ensure that your wishes are clearly stated in writing. In addition to drafting what you would like done with your assets and finances when you pass away, we can provide you with advice. Many individuals and families who do not have an estate plan end up losing significant assets to taxes. We take into account all of the possible variables and plan accordingly, including estate tax installment payment options, any business arrangements, insurance needs, and stock redemption.
Legal Help for Probate & Estate Administration
When a loved one has passed away, it can be difficult to navigate the complexities of the probate process. If it is your first time dealing with probate, you need legal guidance. If you are in need of a North Dakota probate lawyer to litigate a matter, our team can help ensure that the process is handled properly. We can also assist you with any necessary petitions and the preparation of documents.
Would you like a free consultation? Contact our firm now at (855) 245-5100 to speak with a North Dakota probate lawyer from our team.