Probate & Conservatorship Services in Middle Tennessee
Has your elderly parent been behaving erratically lately? Are you worried that he or she may not be able to make good decisions about health or finances at this stage of life? If so, you need to speak to an experienced Nashville probate attorney about your options regarding establishing a conservatorship to help take care of your loved one.
Have you recently lost a loved one and do not know what legal steps to take next?
At the law firm of Papa & Roberts, PLLC, in Brentwood, our attorney Benjamin Papa handles probate and conservatorship matters for people throughout Middle Tennessee, including clients in the towns of Franklin and Nashville. These can be difficult issues to discuss, but he works diligently to find the best solutions for our clients. He and his staff will help you through every step of the probate process to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
If you aren't sure what to do about your loved one's decreasing capacities, call 615-767-5900 or toll free at 888-746-8097 to schedule an appointment and discuss the matter with an experienced Nashville probate lawyer.
If your parent or someone else you know and love is no longer in the right state of mind to make sound decisions about his or her financial or physical well-being, chances are the opportunity has passed to set up a power of attorney. However, a conservatorship can achieve the same ends through different means. A conservatorship would allow someone who cares to be appointed to make important decisions about health care and finances on your loved one's behalf.
After a person dies, probate is the process of implementing his or her will. If he or she did not have a will, the courts will need to process the property, including re-titling homes, cars, bank accounts and other personal property. We can help you make sure the probate process is handled correctly, and protect executors — as well as beneficiaries — from legal liability.
Contact Our Nashville Probate Litigation Lawyer
Contact our firm today to schedule an appointment to discuss these important issues with an experienced Nashville probate attorney.