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Probate And Estate Administration

Losing a loved one is a devastating experience. When you are grieving a loss, the last thing you want to worry about is filing the right legal paperwork to make sure that person's estate is properly administered.

At The Law Office of Richard G. Garmil in Haverhill, we can shoulder this burden for you. If you have been named the executor of an estate, we can help guide you through the probate and estate administration process, making sure that all essential paperwork is filed correctly.

Massachusetts Lawyer Ready To Help You Through The Probate Process

After more than 20 years of experience helping people throughout Massachusetts with elder law matters, we know that sometimes litigation and other urgent matters can arise. We can help you resolve numerous issues during probate or the asset distribution process, including:

  • Claims of undue influence: Sometimes a family member will claim that a decedent's will is not valid. We know from experience how to determine whether an individual was competent at the time a will was signed. We work closely with a forensic psychiatrist and analyze medical records to render an opinion.
  • Emergencies during probate: Richard G. Garmil does most of his work in the Essex Probate Court. He knows the clerks and judges well, which means that he can help expedite many legal matters that arise during probate.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation

We know how stressful and overwhelming it can be to have to deal with legal matters immediately after a loved one's death. Our attorney can help. To schedule a free one-hour consultation, contact us online or call 978-228-5338 or toll free at 800-759-8322.

Office Location

The Law Office of Richard G. Garmil
350 Main Street, Suite 5
Haverhill, MA 01830

Phone: 978-228-5338
Toll Free: 800-759-8322
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