Santa Rosa Probate Attorney
Retain a Skilled Probate Lawyer to Help through the Process
When someone passes away, resolving their financial and property matters
will take place in probate court. In the state of California, this always
occurs in superior court. Here, an executor is named, any wills or trusts
are examined, motions by any contesting parties are filed, and any remaining
assets are distributed as closely to the deceased final wishes as possible.
Being named an executor or an administrator of an estate is a lot of responsibility
and decisions can often be challenged by other surviving loved ones or
the law itself. Many times, this process happens without complication;
however, having the seasoned help of a Santa Rosa probate lawyer can be
a great benefit to your efforts as an executor before the court.
Contact us at Gullotta Law Group today for trusted legal guidance.
Why hire our firm for your case?
Attorney Gullotta understands what a difficult time the probate process
can be. Dealing with the death of the loved one is hard enough, but facing
legal matters in the wake of that loss can be truly overwhelming.
As a knowledgeable probate lawyer, he can:
- Organize any remaining debts or taxes by the deceased
- Assist in filing the proper petitions to probate court
- Provide perspective and help avoid conflict of interests and other liabilities
- Stand with you in probate court to counsel any matters, expected or unforeseen
With over 15 years of experience as a CPA, Attorney Gullotta has assisted
countless clients face probate court with assured and thorough footing,
helping streamline the process to the swiftest and most peaceful outcome.
What probate complications could I be facing?
Even when the deceased has left a will, resolving all the matters of their
estate can be a complex process for the executor or administrator. Small,
overlooked details can turn into matters of intense contention and lengthier
Common issues that occur that our Santa Rosa probate lawyer can assist with are:
- Heirs refusing to receive property left to them
- Gifted property or assets that are in another state (or country)
- Disagreements between heirs that delay probate procedure
- Bequeathed assets that are no longer available
- Navigating any ambiguities of the will
An experienced Santa Rosa probate attorney can help an executor resolve
all of these matters effectively in probate court.
Don't face probate court alone! Call us today.
Gullotta Law Group knows how intimidating and trying the probate process
can be. We've provided understanding, incisive representation to administrators
and executors who have found themselves in over their head in probate
court, and we're ready to do the same for you today.
If you have recently lost a loved one and are facing executor duties in
probate court, we encourage you to call us at Gullotta Law Group. We're
ready to speak with you during a