Nashville Attorneys Representing Estate Administrators
When creating their will, an individual can name an executor to carry out their will as instructed and manage the estate throughout the probate process. If approved by the court, an estate administrator’s duties include settling the financial and legal affairs of the deceased individual. When an administrator is not named in the will, the court may appoint someone to manage the estate.
At MHPS, our Nashville probate attorneys provide legal advice, guidance, and representation to individuals appointed as estate administrators. We can help you navigate the complexities of estate management, mediate inheritance disputes between beneficiaries, and help distribute all estate assets. If you have questions about handling the probate process correctly, we’re here to help.