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Probate Law

Dividing A Loved One’s Estate?

Consult a probate attorney in Fairfield, Mount Pleasant & Van Buren County, IA today

When a loved one passes away, you have a thousand things on your mind. The last thing you want to worry about is executing their will. But if you were named as a beneficiary in a loved one’s will, you need to meet with a wills attorney right away to begin the probate process. The Miller Law Office will be there to answer questions you have about your loved one’s estate.

Get in touch with us today to arrange an appointment with a trusted probate attorney. We serve Fairfield, Mount Pleasant, IA and the surrounding areas.

Let us simplify the probate process

The probate process can seem overwhelming. We want you to know what to expect when you start probating a loved one’s will. Hire the Miller Law Office today, and we’ll:

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  • Meet with you and your family to discuss your loved one’s will
  • Suggest the best way to transfer their assets
  • Create a petition for probate and admit the will
  • Prepare inheritance tax returns
  • Put together the final report and distribute assets
  • Close the estate

A wills attorney can help you understand a loved one’s estate plan. We’ll work closely with you to make sure their assets are divided according to their wishes, and we’ll make the process as efficient as possible. Call the Miller Law Office now to schedule an appointment with a probate attorney in Fairfield or Mount Pleasant, IA.

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