An Administrator appointed by a Probate Court – or an Executor named in a Will – is responsible for overseeing the Probate process. A Probate Judge appoints an Administrator if an Executor is unnamed in a Will or if the decedent died without a Will. Usually, the Administrator is a relative or the person inheriting the majority of the decedent’s Estate.
The Law Offices of Paul R. Hammons can help you successfully navigate the Probate Administration process, and achieve the outcome you desire.
Our Probate Administration Services:
- Financial Elder Abuse
- Petition for Probate
- Letters of Administration
- Letters of Testamentary
- Spousal Petitions
- Marshalling Assets
About Our Firm
Paul R. Hammons is both an Attorney and a Certified Public Accountant. His Los Angeles-based practice focuses on Estate Litigation, Probate Administration, and Estate and Personal Tax Returns.
Mr. Hammons has helped hundreds of clients in the courtroom, in the boardroom, and at tax time. His unique educational and professional background offers his clients a “one-stop-shop” to solve all of their Estate-related needs.