Probate & Guardianship Administration & Litigation

Probate & GuardianshipThe Law Office of Gina R. Chevallier provides probate services along with guardianship administration and litigation. Our legal team understands that these are extremely sensitive legal matters that require the expertise of a caring team of legal professionals. Residents of South Florida who are in need of such legal service are encouraged to reach out to The Law Office of Gina R. Chevallier for assistance. We can help you appoint a personal representative to administer a will, an Estate, or for pursuit of wrongful death claims. Our attorneys are also experienced in obtaining legal approval of minor settlements as well as an array of other probate and guardianship matters.

Consult with our law office and you will have no worries in regard to whether your assets or those of a loved one will be distributed upon death. We’ve represented countless senior citizens and their family members in probate matters. Unlike many other attorneys, we are willing to litigate if necessary, but always try to find common ground to minimize the burden to the family. Schedule an initial consultation with The Law Office of Gina R. Chevallier and we will walk you and your loved ones through the idiosyncrasies of probate administration. If you are interested in establishing a guardianship, we will also explain this aspect of law to you in layman’s terms. If necessary, we will not hesitate to pursue guardianship litigation.

In many instances, family law matters overlap with guardianship, probate and estate issues. Place your faith in our legal team and you can rest easy knowing our attorneys are providing you with legal assistance custom tailored to your unique legal challenges. We can help you retain legal guardianship of a child, obtain guardianship over a child whose parents are unfit, administer the child’s inherited estate and guide you through the probate administration process. If you have lost a loved one, are dealing with a family member who suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s or have a loved one who is otherwise unable to manage his affairs, our attorneys can lend critically important assistance in estate administrative matters.

Our attorneys have represented all different parties in probate and guardianship matters. We have experience representing beneficiaries, personal representatives, trustees, wards and guardians. Our attorneys have the experience and knowledge that allows us to confidently and vigorously litigate on your behalf, regardless of your role in a probate or guardianship matter.

Posted by: mprictor on November 9, 2016