Argentinian Estate Probate Lawyers

Argentinian Estate Probate Lawyer

Argentinian Estate Probate Lawyers

Argentinian Estate Probate Lawyers

What Does a Probate Lawyer Do?

To begin with, a probate lawyer is also known as an estate lawyer or an estate attorney. Indeed, this lawyer is responsible for taking a Personal Representative through the entire probate process from start to finish.

For example, all of the steps involved in probating an estate depend on the probate laws of the state where the decedent lived at the time of death. Additionally, any other states where the decedent owned real estate.

Furthermore, the steps required for probate will differ based on whether the decedent died testate. In other words, testate means with a valid Last Will and Testament. On the other hand, intestate means without a valid Last Will and Testament.  Therefore, the probate lawyer must be well versed in the probate laws of the provinces where the lawyer is licensed to practice.

Now, note that a probate lawyer can advise the beneficiary of an estate on legal and other matters. For example, these issues may be presented to the beneficiary by the Personal Representative during the course of the probate process.  Additionally, this can happen if the beneficiary doesn’t get along with or know the Personal Representative very well.

Argentinian Estate Probate Lawyers

Also, note that some probate lawyers specialize in representing Personal Representatives and beneficiaries of an estate. Perhaps, they become involved in separate lawsuits related to the decedent’s estate. On the other hand, a beneficiary may challenge the validity of the decedent’s Last Will and Testament through a will contest. For instance, these types of attorneys are known as estate litigators, probate litigators, or estate and trust litigators.

As a matter of fact, a qualified Estate Probate Attorney is constantly available to answer your questions.








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Local Presence

In conclusion, our law firm relies on an extensive network of local attorneys. Thus, we provide legal assistance in the following provinces, cities, and towns in Argentina:
Buenos Aires, La Plata, Catamarca, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Chaco, Resistencia, Chubut, Rawson,
Córdoba, Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Paraná, Formosa, Jujuy, San Salvador de Jujuy, La Pampa, Santa Rosa, La Rioja,
Mendoza, Misiones, Posadas, Neuquén, Río Negro,
Viedma, Salta, San Juan, San Luis, Santa Cruz, Río Gallegos, Santa Fe, Santiago del Estero, Tierra del Fuego,
Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur, Ushuaia, Tucumán, Mar del Plata, San Miguel de Tucumán

How a Probate Lawyer Advises and Assists a Personal Representative

For example, when representing the Personal Representative of an estate, the probate lawyer will advise and assist with the following:

  • Locating and securing both probate assets and non-probate assets
  • Obtaining date of death values and appraisals of all of the decedent’s property
  • Preparing and filing all documents required by the probate court in a timely manner
  • Collecting life insurance proceeds
  • Rolling over and making appropriate elections with regard to retirement plans, including IRAs and 401(k)s
  • Advising on the payment of the decedent’s final bills and outstanding debts
  • Keeping track of the estate checking account
  • Determining if any estate taxes and/or inheritance taxes will be due at the federal and state levels. If so, then figuring out where the cash will come from to pay the taxes
  • Addressing income tax issues
  • Settling disputes among Personal Representatives and beneficiaries
  • Assisting with the sale of estate property
  • Requesting court permission for various actions as required by applicable state probate laws
  • Retitling the decedent’s real estate into the names of the estate beneficiaries if it is not being sold
  • Distributing what’s left of the decedent’s assets after the payment of bills and taxes to the beneficiaries

 

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