Guiding You Through The Probate Process

If you have been appointed as the executor or administrator of a loved one's estate or trust, you are undertaking a serious duty. Failing to perform these duties could lead to problems and even expose you to legal liability. Most people who are appointed to these roles have little, if any, experience dealing with probate. When you have an experienced lawyer on your side to shoulder the burden, you can take heart knowing that the probate process will run as smoothly as possible.

For years, people across the Capital Region have entrusted attorney Brian H. Bronsther of The Bronsther Law Firm P.C. to navigate the estate administration and trust administration process. A veteran of New York's Surrogate's Court, Mr. Bronsther knows how to complete probate efficiently and effectively.

Your Ally From The Beginning Of Probate Until Its Conclusion

Executors and administrators have many critical duties, including:

  • Taking inventory of all estate assets
  • Establishing the value of real estate or unique personal property
  • Notifying creditors
  • Paying valid estate debts
  • Distributing assets according to the terms of a will or a trust

Above all, executors and administrators have a fiduciary duty to the estate. This is a significant responsibility, and one we do not take lightly.

Family members are often understandably concerned about how long probate will take. At our law firm, we complete the probate and estate administration process as efficiently as possible, working to eliminate any undue delays. At the same time, we will provide regular communication to update you on what is happening. Every step we take in your case will be aimed at creating value and fulfilling our fiduciary duty to you.

Schedule Your First Meeting With Our Law Firm Today

Call 518-952-9044 or email our law firm to get started. With offices in Latham and Clifton Park, New York, as well as an office in South Florida, we help clients find solutions to their legal challenges.